first released in 1992 and has been continually revised and enhanced
since then. Here is a summary of features (or as much as we could
You can of course, dock any application or document on the bar.
When you do, you can configure the image displayed for that item, the
hotkey to be associated with it, its task priority, and command line
options and so on and so on... no other application offers so many
launching options. Of course, you'll be able to individually size
items and arrange them on the bar.
RipBAR installs with a wide variety of tools and plugins. These
- Time & date
display (digital and analog)
- Resource usage
- Memory gauges
- Disk space
- Stock ticker
- System Volume
- Post-It style
- WinAmp control
- CPU activity
information on the included plugins, go
If you often open certain combinations of application or
documents, you'll enjoy RipBAR's project support. With it, you set up
groups of items that open with a single click.
Groups of items can be set up on the bar. Choose to access the
groups from the tabbed interface or the Navigator -- or both... like
so many other features in RipBAR, it is completely customizable.
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