uBar is the first software that I have ever seen to completely introduce the concept of Windows system taskbar into the Mac OS X system.
uBar has unceremoniously taken out the bottom space of the Dock bar and provided several classic Win functional elements. Such as minimizing the application window (with automatic grouping), start menu, personal collection, right-click function menu, etc. if you are not used to using Mac at first, you can open uBar to calm yourself down.
uBar is meticulous and natural, so you won't feel that placing uBar at the bottom will give you any strange feeling. In addition, the Start menu, personal favorites (icons), and the application minimize the window arrangement area from left to right.
Generally speaking, the design of Win elements introduced by uBar did not disturb my original usage habits on the OS X system but reorganized desktop resources efficiently. And the usage requirements such as program startup (program minimization window), directory access (start menu), and common operations were naturally combined.