Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 1st Aug 2006 22:17 UTC
Graphics, User Interfaces Stardock on Tuesday released the 2007 version of its popular Object Desktop suite of Windows customization utilities. The package of tools enables customers to completely change the way Windows looks and functions to suit their personal tastes. Included in Object Desktop 2007 are the latest iterations of WindowBlinds, IconPackager, DesktopX, WindowFX, RightClick, Keyboard LaunchPad and more. Enhanced File Dialog is a newcomer to the suite, providing a much more expansive Open and Save dialog window than that offered in Windows.
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RE: linux
by evilbastard on Wed 2nd Aug 2006 02:06 UTC in reply to "linux"
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2006-03-22

Object Desktop was originally written for OS/2. It was around the time of Warp 4/Windows 95 that it was ported to Windows. Around the time that OS/2 went "Underground" Stardock became a Windows only publisher.

I use Object Desktop with Win2K at work, and the control center crashes my desktop at least three times a week.

There are already enough free utilities for Linux, and once that KDE 4 is available, along with the Yahoo-Widgets, we will have enough choice that Object Desktop will not be needed.

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