Circledock has been another great contribution to the Donation Coder's Community. It was a contribution by Eric Wong who added not only this dock system but another great software program for the competition. This is one of the unique software programs that I have seen in a while. It can be used as both a software program and a graphical user interface dock.
This is one of my favorite software programs because it allows me to use my computer in such a versatile way without having to be strictly confined to using my mouse or keyboard. It doesn't matter if you use a mouse, keyboard, or touch screen; this dock will work with all of these input devices. This is a unique feature that I really love to have. I also like the large multi-monitor support and the wide variety of monitors that can be put on this dock including: Dell, Sony, Asus, and several more. Circledock even supports the latest release of Microsoft Windows, Vista, operating systems such as XP and the newer Windows Vista.
Another unique feature of Circledock is that you can have up to five active icons on the screen at once, which can be easily done by using the hotkey combination "tab" and then "space". By pressing the hotkey combination "tab" and "space", you will then have all of your icons on the screen at the same height as your current desktop icons. One thing I love about this unique feature of the dock is that all five of my icons are always on the screen at the same place. If I want to see my quick link, I just quickly press the "Tab" hotkey and it will bring up my quick link. I really enjoy being able to use this software along with the Windows Vista operating system.