I believe Object Desktop is also know as ODNT due to the fact that OD was *first* released as a software product for the now defunct OS/2 operating system. During the switchover to fully supporting Windows Stardock needed some way to distinguish the two distinct products, hence:
OD = Object Desktop for OS/2
ODNT = Object Desktop for Windows
Not a bad guess, but it's actually just short for Object Desktop Network, which was the original full name. Honestly I like your idea better.
I cant seem to get it to work on Windows 7 . alot of things wont work with Windows 7 .
Can you be more specific here? Since Object Desktop is more than one app, we can't tell which one you're having trouble with.