How to Make Taskbar Thumbnails Bigger in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
Windows 10 comes with support for taskbar thumbnails, which allow you to quickly preview a specific app without the need for opening it.
Simply move the mouse cursor over its icon in the taskbar and the thumbnail shows up, providing a live preview of either the application itself or the tabs that are running, as it’s the case of browsers.
It goes without saying that these previews are actually pretty helpful because they can really boost productivity. They make it possible to easily identify a specific app, which is useful mostly when working with lots of them and you have a hard time finding the one you’re looking for – just think of documents for example.
If you’re currently working with more than just a single Microsoft Word document, it’s enough to just hover the Word taskbar icon and see previews of all documents that you’re currently editing. This way, you can open exactly the one you want, without having to circle through them as you’d have to do should the… (read more)
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