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  • December 23, 2012, 03:33 | Posted by Walter1982

    i just installed the 1.9 version, after not using it for a long time, and i really like what they have done with it. it's not perfect, but it has more of the features that i really want then any other dock for windows. if you want, you can set it to function a lot like the microsoft office shortcut bar, only the icons look better.but you can reserve the right side of the screen and choose to have it in front all of the time, so when you maximize a dialog window, it actually stops right at the edge of the dock and does not block it out.i have it on the right side of the screen, and though it does not automatically stretch from top to bottom, you can insert enough separators to make it extend to the top and bottom of the screen if you want.so, i have the windows task bar running horizontal, and the object dock at the far right going top to bottom. makes it look like a mirrored "l" at the edges of the right and bottom of the screen and stays out of the way and does its thing.i like that you can adjust the alignment in very precise increments but also just choose left, centered or right if you want. that level of detailed configuration allows you to line it up exactly how you want, a pixel at a time.i guess the only downside that really bugs me is that it seems to no longer be developed.but it is still free, so it rates a solid 4, imo.
  • October 11, 2012, 15:50 | Posted by Eugene1974

    granted a good programmer can write good code. but structured programming from the basic world is no longer adapted for object oriented programming. unless i am unfortunate but what i have seen is that developers used to the structured programing approach don't transition well to oop. the old habits which have some remnants in syntax and style are minor. the abuse of broad scoping in variables, & method is already more annoying. the tendency of designing a class as a "module" which results in a monolithic class "do everything", the lack of encapsulation, the little use of inheritance (if ever), etc. are clearly a maintenance burden. even though a class designed in a "basic" way of thinking fulfills perfectly the requirements. the only problem is a higher maintenance effort.even an excellent implementation of basic will be subject to subtle side effects and will suffer some difficulties to cope with specs change. because it doesn't have the facilities of abstraction, inheritance, polymorphism, etc. that oop provides.and as unbelievable as it could appears, i know quite well basic actually (or may be too well?). i have learn oop and forced myself to think oop. writing good code that works is fine. writing robust code, side-effects free, which evolves better with lower maintenance is better achieved with oop.if you think basic can still fit your coding needs then, by all means use it. the comments below are pretty much similar to what i used to get from "old school" senior developers. i have no trouble of people getting the job done. but in a team working with oop language and some developers still think the "basic" way, that hinders the team efforts and set bad example for junior developers.
  • February 25, 2013, 19:14 | Posted by Moses1984

    you know what microsoft, by not even showing linux on your list of desktop operating systems, it makes you look even more like effing c#nts.
  • May 14, 2013, 16:44 | Posted by Randal1971

    very easy and helpful tool.
  • December 13, 2012, 16:26 | Posted by George1972

    is it just me, or do they claim "up to 25% preformance increase" in *every* release? hell if that's true by now the cards are 10-20 faster then they were when they were first released, just due to the drivers.
  • February 19, 2013, 14:12 | Posted by Morris1982

    thank you, indispensable.
  • February 07, 2013, 04:16 | Posted by Malachi1981

    other than personal preference, i cannot find any reason that people continue using ms office.
  • April 04, 2013, 15:09 | Posted by Dennis1978

    great program. when i read the other comments concerning the price i thought ",000 no it can't be that expensive" so i checked. the full price of photoshop cs6 is 9. the full price of design standard (photoshop, illustrator, indesign, acrobat, bridge and a few other small tools) is ,299. i must say that does seem a touch excessive, and probably well outside the reach of most people. might i therefore suggest two version an individual version (say 0 per program) and a corporate version (say 0 per program).
  • September 17, 2012, 11:51 | Posted by Garry1974

    my default for couple of months now. great freeware!

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