App to create a second Taskbar

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    Windows 10 Home 64-bit

    App to create a second Taskbar

    A short while ago I came across a new app to create a second Taskbar, rather like a Sidebar, from which selected apps / files can be launched. I cannot now find it in the magazine, or online, in which it appeared, or remember what it is called so I can search for it. Its name is a single word, something like Select, or Choose but I don't think it was either of these or I would have found it.

    Has someone else come across it?
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  3. Posts : 828
    Windows 10 Home 64-bit
    Thread Starter

    Thanks for the link, but it is about adding additional Toolbars to an existing Taskbar. However,I have found the app to which I referred, though so far have not been able to download it. It is called SWITCH, and can be found on Windows Club and GitHub so hopefully I will get help with the download difficulty there. I am guessing the problems may be due to it being very new and the webpages have bugs of some sort.

    Switch Desktop creates a secondary Taskbar on your Windows 10/eight/7 PC.
    GitHub - ahkohd/switch-desktop: Switch between your favourite apps lightning fast. ''
    Switch Desktop creates a secondary Taskbar on your Windows 10/eight/7 PC.'' You locate the Taskbar where you want but it is suggested you use the side of the screen where it acts as a Sidebar. ''
    You can pin up to ten software in this second Taskbar.'' It is mainly intended for users who want to add more app shortcuts to their 'full' Taskbar
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    Windows 10 Pro

    The GitHub link seems to be to the source, I think you would need to build it yourself, maybe with Visual Studio.
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