Windows 7's new taskbar groups similar windows by default. Plus, the icon in the taskbar changes according to the number of windows grouped there. Here's an example image:
It's easy to see there is 1 window open for Windows Explorer, and there are 2 windows open for Microsoft Word. However, when a program has 3 or more windows open you can't tell how many there are, all you know is that there are 3 or more. That little tab you see by the side of MWord's icon tells us there's a second window open, but the number of tabs caps at two.
Is there a software/registry hack/anything that will allow me to identify the number of windows just by looking at the icon, even when there are 3 or more?
I hope I'm being clear enough. I just want to be able to tell how many windows are grouped in a single taskbar icon, even if it's more than 3. I don't mind if the graphic gets glitchy, it's the functonality I care about.