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We’ve already shown you how to organise Chrome’s Aero Peek thumbnails, but reader coreyog writes in to show us that that’s not all you can do – you can also see thumbnails for all of your open tabs.
Chrome: If you’re in love with the Aero peek feature in Windows 7 and wish it could show you all your Chrome tabs at once, you’re in luck. The feature is now active in the Chrome development channel.
When you move your mouse over a taskbar application in Windows 7 or over the outline button in the lower-right corner, previews show up in about half a second. Customise that wait time with a quick registry hack.
Windows Vista made it easy to close programs by middle-clicking their taskbar button. In Windows 7, however, middle-clicking a taskbar button opens a new instance of that program. The easy-close solution? Middle-click its preview window.