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Quick Review: Witch
Wednesday, April 6, 2005

Have you ever wanted to switch to a certain window — not just the application it belongs to? While you can use Exposé to switch windows, doing so can be very clumsy if you're the keyboard-only type of user. And don't all of these windows look just the same when they are scaled down?

Witch is a window switcher that operates similarly to the Mac OS X application switcher. You can switch between every application's window or just the current applications. It gets a bit slow when you have a lot of windows (but so does Expose). You can customize the appearance of the switcher pane and adjust the hot keys that activate it. Witch is a handy application ugh, no pun intended). Recommended.


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