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. Awesomegal says:

    Computers have already revolutionized the way we live and work. Have they changed the way we think? After reading all posts I think they have.

  2. Awesomegal says:

    Computers have already revolutionized the way we live and work. Have they changed the way we think? After reading all posts I think they have.

  3. fajar says:

    Got it! Wow it looks sweet and run so smoothly

  4. fajar says:

    Got it! Wow it looks sweet and run so smoothly

  5. Kelly, says:

    P.I.M.P

  6. Kelly, says:

    P.I.M.P

  7. Abhisek says:

    How about rocket-dock?

  8. Abhisek says:

    How about rocket-dock?

  9. Rich says:

    Abhisek, I haven’t used Rocket Dock, but I’ve heard good things about it.

  10. Rich says:

    Abhisek, I haven’t used Rocket Dock, but I’ve heard good things about it.

  11. Laura Louise says:

    I can use this for all the fun icons you share!

  12. Laura Louise says:

    I can use this for all the fun icons you share!

  13. Ashley says:

    Cool, now I have everything I ever want from a Mac on my PC

  14. Ashley says:

    Cool, now I have everything I ever want from a Mac on my PC

  15. Charles Kenton says:

    Cool tool!

  16. Charles Kenton says:

    Cool tool!

  17. Rodolfo says:

    Sleek

  18. Rodolfo says:

    Sleek

  19. Abbie says:

    Coooooool

  20. Abbie says:

    Coooooool

  21. IdealTorrent says:

    Wow im so glad I found this blog this post helped me alot.

  22. Hey says:

    Thanks for this dock

  23. Hey says:

    Thanks for this dock

  24. MD says:

    guys i’ve been looking for something like this from a long time
    thank you

  25. MD says:

    guys i’ve been looking for something like this from a long time
    thank you

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  27. bf920t says:

    cool!

  28. solantis says:

    Nice little tool but i find it does slow my pc down a bit..

  29. solantis says:

    Nice little tool but i find it does slow my pc down a bit..

  30. Ben says:

    This is the best dock out there.

  31. Ben says:

    This is the best dock out there.

  32. knightrider says:

    You can try Xwindows Dock too..just my few cents..

  33. knightrider says:

    You can try Xwindows Dock too..just my few cents..

  34. Corrine Lau Hui Qi says:

    May I know how do I change my icon?
    Cos after I dl the icons from http://www.wincustomize.com/download.aspx?skinid=1818&libid=2, I can’t seems to open the folder. May I know why and how I can do it? Thanks.

    Cheers,
    Corrine.

  35. Corrine Lau Hui Qi says:

    May I know how do I change my icon?
    Cos after I dl the icons from http://www.wincustomize.com/download.aspx?skinid=1818&libid=2, I can’t seems to open the folder. May I know why and how I can do it? Thanks.

    Cheers,
    Corrine.

  36. Mel says:

    I dislike the mac dock – but I know some who would love this.

  37. Mel says:

    I dislike the mac dock – but I know some who would love this.

  38. Mel says:

    These kinds of things always do…definitely not made for those of us with older compys.

  39. Mel says:

    These kinds of things always do…definitely not made for those of us with older compys.

  40. Mel says:

    Never heard of it – maybe I’ll check it out.

  41. Mel says:

    Never heard of it – maybe I’ll check it out.

  42. Mel says:

    Definitely.

  43. Mel says:

    Does that stand for something?

  44. Mel says:

    Does that stand for something?

  45. Mel says:

    Definitely.

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