Tag Archives: dock

My Dock (Part Two)

June 6th, 2010


My dock is a little more crowded than I would like, but then again, I launch the majority of my apps through Spotlight anyway (a quick Ctrl+Space to bring it up). It sits at the bottom of the screen with Hiding turned on so as not to take up any valuable screen real estate. It […]

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My Dock (Part One)

May 24th, 2010


My dock is normally positioned on the left, since it’s more space-efficient there. I also use the 2D dock and not the pseudo-3D one. It’s just too glitzy for me. (Reflections! Everywhere!) Now here’s what’s in my dock: Finder — I prefer the spatial Finder, so I always hide the Finder’s toolbars (yet they somehow […]

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Why The Windows 7 Taskbar Sucks

February 22nd, 2010


Windows 7 has been quite a hit among Windows users, some calling it what Vista should have been. I’ve used Windows 7 as a secondary OS since the public beta, and I’ve never really been comfortable with the new taskbar. These are the reasons why. That extra click—By default, the Windows 7 taskbar groups instances […]

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Question: How Do You Prefer Your Dock?

April 2nd, 2009


It’s one of the most important user interface elements in Max OS X, and Apple has patented it. There are programs for Windows (and Linux) that try to emulate it. Some hate it, others love it. That’s right, it’s the Dock. So I was wondering how you prefer your dock to behave. Do you have […]

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