One of the most asked about applications is ObjectDock. Specifically, people have been wanting to know about ObjectDock 2.0. Some have speculated that we have simply given up on ObjectDock, and that is simply not so. It is in development, but since it is early there is no time estimate about release, nor about upgrading.
First off, what is ObjectDock?
Objectdock is a smoothly-animated, customizable 'shelf' on which you can place shortcuts, docklets, system tray icons, and view running applications. The program is available in two versions: Plus and Standard. The Plus version offers multiple docks, tabbed docks, and a unique feature called flyout menus. The free version, while still demonstrating the capabilities of the 'zoomer' docks, limits you to only one dock. You can customize ObjectDock to be anything from a taskbar replacement to a fancy docklet-filled information center.
ObjectDock is certainly one of the most popular desktop applications around, and a lot of work is going into the new version. Maybe in another week or so, a video might be in order.
Let me make note, this is an early screenshot and is still subject to changes in the final version.
With that being said…..