Windows users have undoubtedly become accustomed to having the minimize, maximize, and close buttons located in the upper-right corner of every window. Mac's, on the other hand, have those buttons located in the upper-left corner of each window. Switching between the two operating systems can be rather tedious since you have to get used to two different button layouts.
Then there are programmers who get clever ideas that tackle common annoyances. One such programmer has done just that, and has found a way to make Mac users feel a bit more at home when using Windows. The program is called LeftSider, and it's free, small, and requires no installation. You can download the XP/Vista 32-bit or Vista 64-bit versions from our mirrors, extract the files, and run the executable thats included.
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