Stardock Object Desktop 2012 - an application to organize and manage your content. This is an application for Windows Vista and Windows 7.
* Support for synchronization of data and folder content between your PC and a device with an SD card (e.g. phone, tablet, NAS, etc.). This allows you to share your information, including pictures, music, videos, documents, and other content, across devices and PCs.
* Content recommendations and automatic content searches: The software will suggest videos, photos and music based on what you like on your PC and on other devices that you use.
* Content creation: It is easier to create and edit digital content on your PC than on your phone, tablet, or other devices. With Object Desktop, you can browse your folders, view thumbnails of images and videos, and edit photos, music, and videos.
* Creativity tools: You can use Object Desktop to easily use your creativity tools, including:
* Clipart and templates: Objects created with the built-in clip art and templates makes it easier to create and edit content.
* Batch processing: Batch operations such as deleting multiple files or folders are easier to do using Object Desktop than on the native Windows system.
* Enhancements for Windows 8: Object Desktop works on Windows 8 and includes support for Windows RT, which allows you to view content on your Windows 8 computer or tablet without using the full Object Desktop client.
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