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Launch applications quickly with SliderDock

SliderDock is a Windows utility (Windows 7, Vista and XP) that allow you to launch desired programs quickly, you won't have to chase behind you icons to run an application, just rotate your mouse wheel and let the icons come to you.

The freeware program is simple to use. Install it (required .net framework 3.5 SP1), run and drag and drop icons into the dock.

SliderDock's icons can easily be accessed and in different manners depending of your preferences, either by using the mouse or the keyboard shortcut keys.

SliderDock is highly customizable, from the dock and icons size, to the looks of all the dock's images. And also, when SliderDock is not needed you can easily hide it with an easy and customizable shortcut key. If you wish to make it reappear, simply press the same keys once again.

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