Organize Your Desktop Using RocketDock

RocketDock is an application launcher developed by PolyVector and Skunkie of Punk Labs, working with artist Zachary Denton, for Windows that provides a dock similar to that of the Mac OS X Aqua GUI. It is freely available under a Creative Commons license and is distributed by Punk Labs (previously called Punk Software).

This application can truly help organize your desktop shortcuts, files and folders by categorizing all of them into docks. Now, you can easily view the grandeur of your desktop wallpaper by hiding them while not in use. 

Here are RocketDock’s  features which you can enjoy:

  • Minimize windows to the dock
  • Real-time window previews in Vista
  • Running application indicators
  • Simple drag-n-drop interface
  • Multi-monitor support
  • Supports alpha-blended PNG and ICO icons
  • Icons zoom and transition smoothly
  • Auto-hide and Popup on mouse over
  • Positioning and layering options
  • Fully Customize-able
  • Completely Portable
  • Compatible with MobyDock, ObjectDock, RK Launcher, and Y’z Dock skins
  • Runs great on slower computers
  • Unicode compliant
  • Supports many languages and can easily be translated
  • User-friendly
  • absolutely FREE!
 

Download it HERE! 

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About Donzzy
Donzzy is a blogger from Cagayan de Oro, Philippines who wants to expand his network to cliques of people via various social media sites. He likes to share about simple computer-related tips, gadgets, social media, technology, music, movies, and entertainment stuff.

One Response to Organize Your Desktop Using RocketDock

  1. great information, thanks. hope you make some more posts soon.

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