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If you use many applications in your Microsoft Windows operating system, you may wish to access them quickly and at the same time have them well-organized in your desktop computer. Let’s see how to have a multi-level dock system in your computer (yes, like the one available on Mac OS X) thanks to a freeware software.

Nexus is afreeware application letting you add a multi-leve dock system to your computer desktop and access your most used application faster thanks to cool shortcuts icons. Here is alist of its most important features:

  • Create multiple docks for different needs.
  • Organize your application more efficiently thanks to collapsible groups, or ‘sub-docks’.
  • Magnify your docks and make them bigger or smaller.
  • Auto-hide docks.
  • Documents dragged to a dock show up as thumbnails for easy identification.
  • Drag special Explorer objects, like Control Panel items and the My Computer icon, into docks.
  • Virtually every aspect of every dock is customizable: from icon size, to magnification size, to dock behavior.
  • Win 95, 98, SE, ME, NT4, 2000, XP 32/64 bit, 2003 Server, Vista 32/64 bit or Windows 7 32/64 bit.

If you want to know more, visit the official website. If you want to download the application right away, click here.

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One Comment to “How to access your applications quickly from the desktop”

  1. William Pastuszka Says:

    Great stuff, what i like about these docks is well they are a secondary taskbar that you can place anywhere on your screen.
    I am still using Rocket dock which is also freeware & feel that this is where Microsoft got the idea of the new Windows seven taskbar from.




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