Tuesday, May 25, 2010 by fatindian | Discussion: OS Customization
I bought Object Desktop like a week ago and that alone improved my desktop significantly (go Fences!). Yesterday I purchased Objectdock plus with the ODNT discount and I need some help implementing it in a way that is productive, efficient and pretty. Here's a screenshot of how it is currently:
As you can see, I like to keep it simple with no fancy flourishes. So I'd like to use Objectdock in the same vein, in a way that is simple and attractive. I don't like skins and themes that are over-the-top and visually distracting. And now I pose the question to those that are far more experienced in the realm of OS customization, how would you add Objectdock to improve my desktop? What skins and icon sets would you use? Would you get rid of the Fences and desktop icons completely or use some kind of hybrid solution?
I was thinking of making folders called apps and games and fill it with shortcuts and then point the stacks docklet to them. Also, I tried getting rid of the Windows 7 superbar completely, but because I am on x64 the star menu docklet is not functional so I suppose the best I can do is auto-hide it.
Just gimme any advice that you have. Thanks in advance.
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