Plymouth Township’s Stardock Releases Object Desktop 2019 for Windows Apps

Plymouth Township’s Stardock has released Object Desktop 2019, the latest in its suite of more than a dozen Windows software applications.
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Stardock in Plymouth Township has released Object Desktop 2019 for Windows software. // Image courtesy of Stardock

Plymouth Township’s Stardock has released Object Desktop 2019, the latest in its suite of more than a dozen Windows software applications.

Also releasing today is the DeskScapes 10 beta, available exclusively to Object Desktop owners, which will allow users to personalize desktop wallpaper with animations, pictures, and video.

Object Desktop includes productivity software designed to improve the experience for the most-used versions of Windows by allowing users to customize their start menu, control multiple PCs using a single keyboard and mouse, and more. The customization apps also allow users to add special effects, animated wallpapers, and themes to their desktops.

People who use Object Desktops are the first to test beta versions of the software before the release. The new Object Desktop manager will make it easier to access betas and install, update, and manage applications.

The suite features Stardock’s most popular features, including DeskScapes 10 Beta, a wallpaper personalization tool; Groupy, which allows users to organize applications into grouped tabs; Fences, which automatically organizes desktop shortcuts, icons, and tasks; Start10 or Start8, the return of a familiar start menu to Windows 8.x and 10; and Multiplicity, or the ability to control two PCs with one keyboard and mouse.

Owners of Object Desktop receive product updates and additions at no charge during their one-year license period. Object Desktop is on sale for $19.99 for a limited time. The normal price is $49.99. It can be downloaded here.

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