DeskTool is a desktop toolbar designed to give you easy access to frequently-used applications by displaying an organized row of buttons from which to choose.
DeskTool is tightly integrated into the desktop shell of Windows 95/98 and Windows NT/2000/ME/XP/2003. DeskTool can serve as the replacement for Microsoft Office 2000/2002 Bar, or as an addition to it. The bar can be aligned to the left, right, top or bottom desktop side, or to float at any screen position. DeskTool has some nifty features that you might have come to expect from a modern Windows application. Drag and Drop is supported for adding, deleting and moving buttons around on the toolbar. You can "dock" DeskTool to any one of the four edges of your screen, much like the Windows 95 taskbar, or leave it free floating on the desktop. You can also make the toolbar "auto-hide" when docked to an edge, just as you can with the taskbar. DeskTool can be made to stay on top of other windows, making it readily accessible.