Mac: If you've ever found yourself wishing you could add custom docks to OS X, DockShelf is a utility that gives you the ability to create and customise as many as you like.DockShelf works by providing visual shortcuts to any app or folder of your choosing, just like the standard dock, but allows you to create multiple docks on different parts of the screen for quick access. It also has different workspace settings and support for multiple monitors, so you can customise it depending on the task you're doing. The free version gives you two docks, two workspaces and a small ad, but the full, $US4.99 version lets you stuff as many docks as your desktop will support. You can download both versions from the developer's site below.
DockShelf Customises And Adds Docks To OS X
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