Although we walked through the ObjectBar possibilities by creating a fairly standard Windows taskbar, you can use ObjectBar to create custom desktop environments using any number of toolbars. Remember that you need to at least re-create the basic commands provided by the standard Windows taskbar. You can then figure out how you can make Windows more functional (in terms of what you typically do when working in Windows) and create the appropriate toolbars.
The fact that these custom toolbar environments you create in ObjectBar are skinnable (including WindowBlinds skin) means you can create a Windows desktop with its own look and function. When you begin to create your toolbars, try to brainstorm how your arrangement of commands, folders, and other desktop tools will enhance your use of the Windows desktop.