Stardock ObjectDock 1.5
Looks as a Toy and what other purpose or Utility I thought I was lightheaded sometimes... All forums are complaints usually so a refresh is welcome...but we keep protesting, complaining and we go on buying installing finding bugs or worse anad, like kids or teens keep going at the same again and again, so we will be justified to complai again in a afew weeks. Oh! what a GAME!
COULD NOT GET THIS DOWNLOAD DO A THING. NOTHING NATTA. SOUNDS GREAT BUT SOME THING WAS WRONG, I WAS TIRED WHEN I DID THE DOWNLOAD AND MAY HAVE MISSED SOMETHING. MAY TRY AGAIN.
I've never tried OjectDock but I can say that Stardock has an excellent reputation for free updates and support post-release. In Dec. 2005 I purchased their game Galactic Civilizations II Dread Lords (http://www.galciv2.com/) and I'm very pleased with it, its expansion Dark Avatar, and the commitment of Stardock to its customers!
I have always enhance my desktop looking into functionality so I bought ObjectDock plus, so I completely remove my windows taskbar and have access to my system tray icons. Also installed TaskSwitchXP Pro to manage my windows, replacing AnthaBounce (Winplosion) for the expose effect... i found AnthaBounce to have weird behavior when showing the desktop. Returning to the main subject, ObjectDock plus is more stable and with more options than the basic version. I highly recommend it.
Hello, I use Object Dock on my home PC and I have always liked it. It works well and I like to be able to customize as I wish. I just can't leave the usual Windows interface alone, I have to "jack" with it some. I feel it delivers as it promises. Have fun with it!!!
I think a full summary on one tab would have been easier for me to understand, rather than having to continue to open windows each with a small amount of info.
If your gonna try to have a Mac go the whole hog and install FlyAKite. It's not a 'Blind' - it replaces every system file with one that looks and feels different.
Old Mycroft, That FlyAKite looks really cool! what if you wanted to uninstall it, does it screw with the system? Have you tried?