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SmartFlip

The Windows Vista Aero window rotation is nice but it’s not for everyone. This small piece of software will allow you to rotate windows similar to the way OS X does.

Introducing SmartFlip

SmartFlip is constructed on the Windows Presentation Foundation (Windows Vista’s built-in 3D graphical subsystem feature). As a result you do not need to install this piece of software.

Download the zip file here.

  • Extract the Excutable File
  • Run the EXE
  • Hit F9 (can be changed)
  • Flip between windows by clicking the arrows that appear in the upper right corner or by using a mouse wheel.
  • There a few nice options with this software you may want to try.


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  • Wade

    This is a cool effect

  • Wade

    This is a cool effect

  • Wade

    This is a cool effect

  • vash

    thanks a lot dude!

  • vash

    thanks a lot dude!

  • vash

    thanks a lot dude!

  • Rich

    You’re welcome. It’s funny that my site used to look like that… seems like it was so long ago.

  • You’re welcome. It’s funny that my site used to look like that… seems like it was so long ago.

  • You’re welcome. It’s funny that my site used to look like that… seems like it was so long ago.

  • Mel

    Fun app! I’ll play around with this today and see how it goes..

  • Mel

    Fun app! I’ll play around with this today and see how it goes..

  • Mel

    Fun app! I’ll play around with this today and see how it goes..


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