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http://www.youtube.com/v/9ko36ebOg9U&color1=0xb1b1b1&color2=0xcfcfcf&hl=en&fs=1 Looking for a program launcher that’s a wee bit more finger friendly for a touchscreen UMPC? You have to check out Circle Dock, an open source solution for both Windows XP and Vista. At first, I was taken aback by the rotary phone look of […]

Looking for a program launcher that’s a wee bit more finger friendly for a touchscreen UMPC? You have to check out Circle Dock, an open source solution for both Windows XP and Vista. At first, I was taken aback by the rotary phone look of Circle Dock, but it actually makes sense to me as I look at the versatility of it. Using a circular dock allows you to see every shortcut on the dock without items scrolling on to or off of the screen. When I use my Q1UP with Vista, I find myself scrolling quite a bit in the menu system.

Circle Dock offers a vast amount of customization: icon images, a hotkey to show the dock, skins, animation, labels and more. I like how the dock can sit in the center of your desktop, or can hide similarly to the Tablet Input Panel: just get your cursor to the side of the screen to toggle visibility. Take a look and see if you think it’s worth the free download. I’m grabbing it now.

(via Pocketables)

  1. It’s just like a carbon copy of ORBIT, a freeware, i spoke you here :

    http://www.jkontherun.com/2007/02/freeware_of_the_2.html

    It was February 07, 2007 but you did’nt pay attention to it.

    You will find ORBIT dll inside this “new” project (since sources are open)…

    ORBIT Original :

    http://www.ecocardio.com.br/orbit/

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