Windows – How to move the taskbar entries around separately for one program in Windows 7

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I often have a bunch of Chrome windows open in Windows 7, and what I would like is to move one window to the left of the taskbar, one in the middle, one at the right side, with the other programs that are open mixed in between the different Chrome windows. I have the windows ungrouped in the taskbar, so I can see each window separately.

However, when I try to drag one window, they all drag together. Is is possible to move them separately, one per window?

Best Answer

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