I agree with others that this is very Windows like, but the Dock does not have true multi-monitor support, so I decided to give this a try. This has serious issues with it multi-monitor support. First, the description claims uBar "will only display the apps and/or windows associated with that screen." This doesn't work at all. I have a Thunderbolt Display connected to a MacBook Pro (touch bar). When set to "ALL," no apps or windows show up at all on the Thunderbolt Display, no matter what's open. I can only see apps in UBar if it's set to "Mirror." Secondly, on the TB Display, auto-resizing doesn't work. Apps (Chrome, Firefox, everything). will display underneath uBar. Also, holding the CTRL key is supposed to reveal CPU & RAM info. Can't get that to work either. For an app that's on version 4, it feels very buggy an unpolished. You shouldn't be touting "PRO" multi-monitor support, when your software barely work in this aspect. Maybe version 5 will fix these glaring issues.