Windows 7 dock bar–Gizmo Toolbar is beautiful and easily configurable
There are many toolbar applications like OldBar, Coolbarz and Stardock Tiles, which work as a good Windows 7 dock bar, that allow you to manage shortcuts for often used applications. These all does the same work of a Windows 7 taskbar, but in an elegant way. Dock bar also allows you to easily access applications and maintain shortcuts without muddling up your desktop. The problem with the above dock bars are that they’re little dull in their interface and so we found a new Windows 7 dock bar called Gizmo Toolbar.
Different Options of the Windows 7 Dock Bar – Gizmo Toolbar
Gizmo Toolbar provides you with broad options to customize the style, size, color, font, opacity, behaviour, placement etc. of shortcuts. You can add the shortcuts to the dock bar by simply dragging them to the dock bar. There can be multiple dock bar and each can be accessed in different ways like hotkey, middle click or simply mouse hover.
Settings of the Windows 7 Dock Bar – Gizmo Toolbar
Gizmo Toolbar is one of the many utilities of Gizmo Central. So just keep Gizmo Central checked if you want to install Gizmo toolbar only and nothing else. Setting up a new toolbar is very easy and is self-explanatory. You can select the Arrangement, Placement and Theme of the toolbar or dock.You can choose Slab (Square) or Carousel (Circular) as Arrangement, Top, Down, Left, etc as Placement and Cardinal, Charcoal, Dawn, Lime etc as Themes of the toolbar. Once installation is complete you can use the Gizmo Manager to setup the required dock bar. Drag applications and shortcuts over the New Item area to add them to the selected dock bar.
The Windows 7 dock bar will look like this after they’ve been properly created according to their themes and placement.
[Source : addictivetips]