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idea for windows


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idea for windows

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Submitted:  Feb 1 2010
Updated:  Feb 1 2010


Idea for a way of doing Windows.

This should be a way of being more accommodating for touchscreen PC's, small laptops and anything with small display.
So an idea could be:

Use the top window border for something. The following are three ideas. If you look at the example you still have enough window border showing to toggle, move the window around and so.
-Move the folder tabs to the top windows border as in the example. Also add a open new tab function. It can make multiple folders easier to manage. In the example the is a Firefox browser under the 3rd tab. A window should be able to handle folders and app + have a easy drag and drop between them
-Another option could be to let open windows be displayed as taps in the top window border.
-Move the location bar to the windows border. This would only be to save space and accommodate for smaller displays.
Add the possibility to minimize the menu bar. In the example it is on the left of the location bar. It shoots out to a white pop-up menu.
-Make the close icon nice and big so that is it easier to get with touch.

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 by LuxieRayku on: Feb 1 2010
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Good idea, but I don't like the close button XD

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 by davidpawid on: Feb 2 2010
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It could look like what ever... I would just like to have them bigger so I can hit them with my finger on my touchscreen

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