sTabLauncher – Different way to access your favorite apps

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Most of the time, our desktop may be covered with mussy shortcut icons, such as games, tools, documents and so on, if wanna find a designated one from this pile of icons quickly, you will find it is a thing that makes a person crazy. But now, the problem get solved because of sTabLauncher, a free desktop dock-style launch bar developed based on .NET.

With sTabLauncher we can create multiple launch bars easily, and personalize each bar fully, including color, border style, label text color/font, bar position, adding separators between icons in the bar, and so on. In addition, it even allows to customize icon for each program, and sets up startup commands for each application.

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