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  1. I also believe this project is now dead. If you want microsoft to implement a dock into windows you need to vote here (this about the new features of Windows 10): https://windows.uservoice.com/forums/265757-windows-feature-suggestions/suggestions/6585117-add-a-dock-for-windows The more votes this idea gets increases the chances of having a dock in Windows.
  2. If you are having any problems with Windows 8.1 and XWindows Dock try this: Go to C:\Program Files\XWindows Dock (if your OS is 64 bits: C:\Program Files (x86)\XWindows Dock), right click on XWD.exe and then you should choose the tab that says Compatibility. Following this, click where it says "Change settings for all users". Once you are there, click the empty square right below "Compatibility mode" and select "Windows 8". Now you might press OK, and then press OK once again to close the window. In doing this, my XWindows Dock started to work like it used to. I hope it can be of any help for
  3. I admire your work, and I would like to say thanks for everything. Coming from you, It has been a nice gesture taking all the time to upload the Task Bar application, but what I did meant is that it would also be a nice touch, to have this option, within XWindows dock. By the way, I have tried to hide the Windows Taskbar using this application, and it shows some bugs like: stops working after Windows Explorer restart, Aero Peek won’t work properly using a keyboard shortcut, and if anything happens on the tray menu, it will stop working as well. What I prefer to use instead is the application
  4. Hello Filandre1... maybe this has been mentioned before, but I've noticed that programs running with highest privileges, do not appear in XWindows Dock; programs such as Task Manager, Command Prompt, or Registry Editor among others. On the other hand, when you run XWindows Dock as administrator, all these programs will appear in the Dock. With this in mind, using the task scheduler, every time I start the operating system (Windows 8) I am running XWindows Dock with highest privileges, and so Windows 8, has no need to ask for my password or authorization. However, when running as administrator
  5. Hello Filandre1... maybe this has been mentioned before, but I've noticed that programs running with highest privileges, do not appear in XWindows Dock; programs such as Task Manager, Command Prompt, or Registry Editor among others. On the other hand, when you run XWindows Dock as administrator, all these programs will appear in the Dock. With this in mind, using the task scheduler, every time I start the operating system (Windows 8) I am running XWindows Dock with highest privileges, and so Windows 8, has no need to ask for my password or authorization. However, when running as administrator
  6. I would like to start by saying thank you, for the incredible job, that has been done with XWindows Dock. I wonder if it is posible, that the stunning Exposé feature could work, by just pointing at the open application, with the mouse arrow? It will make it simple and faster, to switch between application windows. As well, it would also be a nice touch, to have an option, to hide the Windows Taskbar: with XWindows Dock on my PC, there is not need, for the Windows Taskbar.
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