Windows 2000, Windows XP
Microsoft DirectX 9, 16MB graphics card, 64MB RAM
The program introduces an analog of Mac OS Dock on your Desktop. MobyDock is a launch pad for any program or file. It can hold any number of items and uses magnification to clarify icons. Adding or removing an item from the dock is as easy as drag-and-drop. The program offers quite a number of customization opportunities. You can place it on any screen edge, make semi-transparent or self-hiding, change the icon size and magnification. Unfortunately, MobyDock is not extensible. There are no additional applets, only a clock and a screenshot-taking utility. Though there are more feature-packed competitors, MobyDock may be worth downloading because it is free and easy to use.
MobyDock is a fully customizable, freeware, launchbar/taskbar program that allows you to control your applications and folders while displaying some cool mouse-over animations. It can check your POP mail account; display thumbnails for the running applications; and display pop-up menus for your favorite media player, allowing you to control it from the dock itself. It also is a functional clock and Recycle Bin. Integrated Microsoft Messenger support, a weather checker, autofocus functionality, and several other features will help you explore, interact with, and keep under control your system in a fast and accessible way.
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