ObjectBar/Finderbar becomes your menu bar for your system or for whatever program you are running. It takes the place of your file menu, edit menus etc
Ok, got it, thank you.
The problem is that Mac's were built from the ground up for this. Under Windows you immediately run into issues if you try to accomplish the same, specially because of the non-standard menus used in lots of Windows applications these days (if not the majority), and also because of process isolation, inter-process communication problems between 32-bit and 64-bit applications, different privilege levels, etc...
In the end, my guess is that you would have a Finder bar that would work with *some* applications but would probably not work with most. I'm not sure you - or anybody else, for that matter - would be satisfied with something like that.
Edited by JcRabbit, 28 November 2011 - 04:28 PM.