When comparing Hyperdock vs XtraFinder, the Slant community recommends XtraFinder for most people. In the question“What are the best power user tools for macOS?” XtraFinder is ranked 27th while Hyperdock is ranked 28th.
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Pro Lots of small improvements to the dock
Hyperdock adds a lot of small improvements to the default mac dock, like better iTunes controls and calendar event previews.
Pro Scroll up/down on menu bar to change size
Scroll up for full size.
Pro Snaps to corners
Pro Select individual application
Select individual application windows just by moving the mouse on a dock item, use mouse clicks to quickly open new windows and many more.
Pro Lets you easily find a window you have open
Pro Old full-size color labels from OS X < 10.9
Pro Adds useful toolbar items
XtraFinder provides useful options for toolbar such as: Launch as Root, New Terminal Here, New File..., and Select...
Pro Additional right-click options
Xtra Finder provides additional options when performing the right click.
Pro Custom hotkeys
Pro Copy Path
Pro Can open a terminal in set position
XtraFinder can open up a terminal from the right-click menu in given path with "New Terminal Here".
Pro Dual panel
Split the Finder window into to windows to achieve better file handling.
Pro Colored icons in the Finder sidebar
Con Not under active development
Hyperdock doesn't seem to be under active development and hasn't been updated since october 2014.
Con Doesn't work on recent macOS versions without a workaround
This tool doesn't work on recent macOS versions, except if you try workaraound that may or may not work. It involves disabling System Integrity Protection and details on how to do it can be found on the XtraFinder website.