I worked on an Apple machine for a year, and I enjoyed the OS. I cant say I enjoyed the machine, a 700mhz G4 that would crash if you looked at it funny. In any case I found myself flicking my cursor to the corner of my monitor even when I was back on my Windows machine.

Meet Switcher, like OSX’s Expose feature but for Windows Vista. This program uses Vista’s built-in desktop rendering system, making it fast and flawlessly integrated. It works great with multiple monitors, and just like Expose and Flip 3D, it continues to render your window content in real time. To make things even better, version 2.0 is set to come out soon.

Input is very configurable. I set switcher to activate on mouse wheel down, though it is possible to use corner activation just like OSX.

Visit Bao’s Blob for Switcher.