Paul E. Bloedel has released a cool utility for AmigaOS 3.9 users. Anyone who’s ever used a Mac will probably be aware how beautiful and functional its dock is. With the help of this free small application you can add all your most used application on your Dock and customize the dock as per you need. The application has some extra features too which allows you to change the look of the Dock skins, icons color and more. Which means you can easily change the icons of the app with some of the best icons available for AmigaOS. The end result is a dock that is almost infinitely customizable to your exact requirements. Ideal for Vampire users!
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