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Top 5 OS X Style Dock Replacements for Linux

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Why lie about it? Linux right out of the box is lacking style. Even with the new Ubuntu and Linspire packages, people look at Linux as a Legacy Operating system because it’s style looks like something that Al gore would have used 20 years ago. They say clothes make the man, and I think that style supplements an operating system.

To get things started, we are going to review the top 5 dock replacements that are out there, to make your Linux system look amazing! I’ve done quite a bit of research, and these are the top 5 OS X style Dock Replacements.

Without further a due:

Number 5:

The Enlightenment Engage Dock

Number 4:

KX Docker

Number 3:

Pimp out the Current Gnome Dock

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