Object Desktop is made up of components. Each component allows you to customize and enhance a specific part of the operating system. It's when those components are used together that Object Desktop's benefits really become apparent.
Make Windows look however you want it. Have Object Desktop? Then you can have this desktop by clicking here.
Want your PC to look like another OS? Object Desktop lets you make Windows look like anything you want.
Use Object Desktop to create a more productive environment. In this example, ObjectBar is providing the top and bottom "Bars" that are optimized for this particular system.
Sometimes Object Desktop can be used to just make ones desktop more customized. This particular example is a vision of what a future version of Windows may look like. If you already have Object Desktop, you can download this WinStyles .suite file and make your desktop look like this.
Remember OS/2? Here you could make Windows look identical to OS/2 2.0. If you already have Object Desktop, you can download this WinStyles .suite file and make your desktop look like this.
Another alternative desktop environment.
Object Desktop isn't designed to be "eye candy". It is designed to allow users and IT managers to create their own unique desktop environments optimized for their particular use (it just happens that most people who use it tend to be able to make Windows look nicer than the default..). In this example, a user is creating a desktop environment in which the company's requisition spread sheet is built into the desktop.
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