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VITO TaskSwitcher for Smartphone
Posted on 27-Jan-2006 10:38. | Tags Filed under: Software.


VITO TaskSwitcher for Smartphone
VITO TaskSwitcher is a powerful yet easy-to-use program manager. It comprises functionality, small size and great usability for managing a Windows Mobile Smartphone. The running tasks are operated from a pop-up list.

TaskSwitcher is the easiest way for programs managing:

  • Call TaskSwitcher list using the assigned button.
  • In the list navigate with joystick buttons.
  • To switch to a highlighted item press Enter.
  • Autoselect function also automatically switches to a highlighted item after 5 seconds.
  • To close the highlighted application press the right navigation button.
  • To close the active application or all running applications choose "Close active" or "Close all".
  • To close TaskSwitcher press the left navigation button
  • fast and customizable
  • Switch and close applications using just your joystick.







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