We're skeptical about desktop organizers. They're poorly designed and end up being more difficult to use than the Windows interface they're meant to replace. That's not the case with Berokyo. In fact, Berokyo may be the single best program of its type we've seen.
Where do we begin? We love just about everything about Berokyo. The interface lets you organize files, applications, and shortcuts into customizable cabinets that are incredibly sleek and attractive. The default cabinet that is created the first time you run Berokyo contains items from the Desktop, Control Panel, Quick Launch, and Administrative Tools, each on its own set of shelves. All of these can be rearranged and edited to fit the user's needs. You can create multiple cabinets and assign hot keys to each one, making them incredibly easy to access. We created a separate cabinet that displayed all the images in our My Pictures folder. Cabinets can float on the screen or be docked to a particular position, allowing them to slide in and out when you mouse over that part of the screen. The program also contains a customizable quick-search interface that you access with a hot key; it searches Google, Yahoo, Flickr, YouTube, Amazon, and more. The program's built-in Help file is well written and thorough. Overall, we found Berokyo to be both attractive and useful, and we can't think of a single complaint.
Berokyo has a 30-day trial period. The program installs and uninstalls without issues. We highly recommend it to all users.