More of my sites

WinInfo Daily News
SuperSite for Windows
Windows IT Pro Magazine
Connected Home
Thurrott Dot Com
Windows Weekly at TWIT

About this site

For six years, the Internet Nexus served as my technology blog, but I've since started blogging at the SuperSite Blog instead. If you're looking for the blog, please head there. --Paul

Tuesday, February 13, 2007


Many have (falsely) accused the "Flip3D" feature in Windows Vista of being a rip-off of Mac OS X's Exposé. It's not: Flip3D is simply a 3D version of the ALT+TAB task switcher shortcut that's been in Windows for decades. (Put another way: Where Exposé offers additional functionality related to locating individual windows in running applications, Flip3D only provides access to each application.) As you might expect, however, various people are looking to replace Flip3D with something more Exposé-like. Here's what looks like an excellent example:

Neat! I'll try to test this soon to see how well it works, but the developer tells me that a stable version will be out in about two weeks.

Labels: ,

[ Posted at 8:00 AM | Permalink ]


Nexus Home | Nexus Archives | Email Paul
Copyright © 2001-2008 Paul Thurrott. All Rights Reserved.