I use Macs at work and the dock (like the task bar in Windows) on the Mac is just so convenient. You won't know unless you have tried it. There is this software called ObjectDock that you can download for free (the lite version) and it does an amazing job creating the Mac dock on the PC and it works great with Vista and XP. You guys have to try it.

THIS IS THE LINK
Posted on 2009-05-04 16:42:20 by XCHG
Sure does look pretty. I'll give it a spin tonight although I do not like any of the knick knacks "they" come up with lately.
Posted on 2009-05-04 18:24:02 by JimmyClif
Yeah I know :D
Posted on 2009-05-04 19:20:55 by XCHG
Well, It is pretty but I think my Quick Launch toolbar does about the same thing with less space. I guess I'm just a poop :lol: I'll let it hang on my desktop along with the taskbar and see if my wife (or I) get hooked on it.

8)
Posted on 2009-05-05 07:15:54 by JimmyClif
Looks nice. I've tried RocketDock before, but not this one.
Posted on 2009-05-05 10:16:39 by SpooK
Jimmy: I think Windows' taskbar is great really but I got addicted to this type of dock after using Macs for a couple of months so it's just a change of preference for me rather than functionality.

Spook: Yeah it looks really nice.
Posted on 2009-05-05 10:58:21 by XCHG
:S it doesn't look like it'll nicely hold my ~50 shortcuts from QuickLaunch.
Posted on 2009-05-05 17:02:05 by Ultrano

:S it doesn't look like it'll nicely hold my ~50 shortcuts from QuickLaunch.


Well, that's usually where something like Spotlight comes in to play.
Posted on 2009-05-05 17:40:37 by SpooK

:S it doesn't look like it'll nicely hold my ~50 shortcuts from QuickLaunch.


QuickLaunch icons if I'm not mistaken are 16*16. You can make the icons in this program as small as 16*16 so it shouldn't cause any problems.
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Posted on 2009-05-06 04:19:44 by XCHG