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ObjectDock for Windows

Ever seen OS X running on a Mac and though to yourself: “I wish my windows computer looked like that?” Well it can, and in this guide I will show you how.

This will work with Windows Vista or XP.

  1. Download ObjectDock here. Go to the page and click the “Free Download” button.
  2. Install ObjectDock on to your computer.
  3. Once installed, launch ObjectDock (if it hasn’t already).

ObjectDock is very easy to use and there is a lot of support out there for this free product.

Where did I get all those cool icons from?

I have put together a that you should start with.
Go back to the ObjectDock website and click “Get More Icons” on the navigation menu. Here you may download some great looking icons.

Where can I get more support for this program?

Go back to the ObjectDock website and click “Forums”

I have more questions and I can’t find the answer.

Leave a comment/click the contact link and we will do our best to help you.



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60 thoughts on “Put a Mac-like Dock in Windows Vista or XP”

  1. Ffrfef says:

    u need to have rock dock because it is better then this one on the website

  2. Michael says:

    How do you know if a application is up on the Mac Doc?????????

  3. JAGRITJAIN says:

    HOW COULD I CHANGE MY HARD DISK ICONS???????”

    PLEASE TLL ME

  4. Sokobanja says:

    Thank you for your excellent post and excellent advice. I personally do not like to copy the look of other operating systems, but all those who like some just follow these instructions

  5. Tyra says:

    thanks dude ! i love it very much :)

  6. Marcio Fernandes says:

    thanks it works fine

  7. aecil trinidad says:

    can this also work with windows 7?

    1. Rich says:

      Yes, it can :)

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