Docks lets you ‘swap’ docks in Leopard

Peter Cohen, Macworld
18 November, 2008
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Thoughtful Tree Software has introduced Docks, a new utility for Mac OS X 10.5 “Leopard.” Docks costs $US14.99.

Docks enables you to swap the dock in Leopard. You can use it to create separate docks for sets of applications and files you use frequently. You can have a dock for work, for example, another for games, or whatever else you might need.

Docks lets you create a snapshot of the current dock and switch back to it any time you need it. You can store sets of docks by clicking a New Snapshot button; you can then reorder and rename snapshots through keyboard shortcuts or using a menu.

System requirements call for Mac OS X 10.5 or later, 3.8MB hard disk space.

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