We usually open applications on Windows through shortcuts on the home screen or through the Start Menu. Both methods date back to the earliest versions of Windows and are easy to operate. But have you ever looked for a new way to launch an application? In this article DANCYLOVE will introduce an application called CircleDock, which helps you create a launcher to manage files, folders, and open applications extremely quickly and conveniently on Windows 10.
1. What is CircleDock?
Circle Dock has all the features expected of a quick app launcher on Windows 10, and it has an extremely special circular format with the ability to help users organize a large number of items, files, and application. With Circle Dock, you can also rotate apps 360 degrees or even customize images and icons at your disposal to decorate and personalize your camera angle.
2. How do I download and use CircleDock?
Step1: Access the link below and then select Download to download. After downloading CircleDock, unzip and open the folder where you installed and then launch the CircleDock.exe file.
Download Circle Dock
Step2: After launching CircleDock, a circle with Windows 7 icon will appear in the middle. Right-click on CircleDock and select Change Icon, where you can change the icon as you like or choose an image in .PNG format as your own icon.
Step3: Continue right-click on CircleDock and select Settings, here you can customize CircleDock to your liking from changing the size, shape, rotation speed and transparency of the circle as well as the shortcut to open CircleDock (usually middle mouse).
Step 4: You can now drag and drop application icons, folders, and files that you use frequently into the CircleDock circle and they will be added automatically. You can add as many applications as you want with an infinite number, in addition you can scroll the middle mouse to rotate the apps in circles, which is quite fun. You can also turn CircleDock into a quick app launcher whenever you middle-click without having to exit the home screen to open apps.