Who started the personal computer revolution? Apple says Apple started it all way back in the day. So, how is it that the Mac (and iPhone and iPad) is the least customizable personal computer you can buy (admittedly, there’s only Windows PCs, Linux PCs, and now Chromebooks vying for attention these days)?
Apple’s idea of personalization includes moving app icons around on the Dock. Putting up a different wallpaper Desktop. And, well, that’s about it. No. Wait. Move the Dock to the sides of the Mac’s screen. That counts as personalizing a Mac, right? And, add or remove transparency effects from here and there.
Otherwise, Apple prefers that Mac customers leave the Mac the way the Lord Jobs intended. If you don’t go to church on Sundays and you’re not afraid of inflaming the spirit of His Jobsness, add cDock to your Mac.
What do you get? A customized Dock that ranges from cool to gaudy. Free.
cDock is a Friday Freebie worth considering, especially if you tell your friends and family members how boring the Mac’s Dock has become in OS X Yosemite.
cDock couldn’t be much easier to use. Download cDock. Open cDock. Select a Dock option. Slickly the Apply button. Done. Voila! Personalized Dock. Want a 3D-like Dock from OS X Mavericks back again? cDock does that.
Did I mention that cDock is free?