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what is colourdock
Working with lots of colours can be a hassle, especially if you don't know the HEX or RGB value off-by-heart. That's where ColourDock comes into play.

ColourDock lets you take the colour of any pixel on your display with either a hotkey press (Alt + C by default, can be changed) or click of a button, and saves it for use across Windows. Even better, upon getting the colour, it automatically copies either the HEX or RGB value for you. But, what if you'd rather enter a RGB or HEX code for it to manage? No problem, because it can do that too.

With it, you can easily have it automatically save up to 8 recent colours, or you can pin up to 8 colours that you might use more than any other colours.

On top of that, ColourDock has numerous settings, ranging from a dark mode to changing the hotkey for the colour grabber, allowing it to work for you.
system requirements
Minimum System Requirements
OS: Windows 7 SP1, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
Processor: 2GHz Single-Core
Free HDD Space: 10MB
Free RAM: 50MB
.NET Framework 4.7

Recommended System Requirements
OS: Windows 10
Processor: 2GHz Dual-Core
Free HDD Space: 20MB
Free RAM: 100MB
.NET Framework 4.7

Important Note
ColourDock is currently not available for macOS. For optimal use, use with a display set to either 100% or 200% scaling (other settings should work just fine, however there may be some text or image rendering issues due to the way Windows scales apps).