You could use some utility like GoMac to do that, but why?
Up the top, there is a "Window" menu. Use it.
Or, better yet, Apple-` (next to the '1' key) cycles through windows.
The Windows start bar is awful, when you have a tab for each window per app, etc, it gets so cluttered, and portrays no more information than "Microsoft Internet Explorer - " or whatever.
You're on a Mac for a reason, right? Escape all that garbage.
Unless you're being forced to use one. In which case, look for the silver lining - you'll enhance your mousing skills going to a menu as opposed to a tab
(you know, smaller clickable surface area on a menu of width equivalent to "Window", or something, then the whole downward motion of selecting an option below).
[ 06-24-2001: Message edited by: Cipher13 ]