XWindows Dock is a fairly straightforward dock that focuses on simplicity. You can just drag any icon from the desktop onto the dock and voila! -- instant launcher.
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by Jack Wallen | April 2, 2012, 11:11am PDT | Image 4 of 11
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Aren't Docks annoyances
Personally the first thing I do with these 'docks' is disable them.
If you want a Mac buy a Mac. Windows has a taksbar which does exactly the same thing without the kiddy eye-candy.
In Windows 95 With IE3 (or older), A dock had a use.
docks can be useful
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