customisation

Get Rid Of Annoying Parts Of Firefox's UI With This Add-On

Not everyone can jump into the guts of their browser and tweak it using custom-made extensions or add-ons. While it gives you the most power, you have to get familiar with your browser’s way of doing things, not to mention figuring out the API. At least for Firefox, you can try UI Eraser, which lets you surgically hide user interface elements.


How To Set Up Triple Monitors For Super-Widescreen Gaming

Using more than two monitors used to be a luxury for those with the biggest PC-building budgets. These days, large, high-resolution displays are affordable, and graphics cards are more powerful than ever. If the thought of gaming (or working) on three displays at once entices you, here’s how to make it happen.


The Black Material Home Screen

There’s something to be said for simplicity. Today’s design sticks to a basic palette, but still manages to include plenty of information with a layout that conveys some depth.


The Limbo Desktop

Reader Jayesh wanted a desktop that was playful, but also helped him get things done. He took his love of Limbo (the game, not the theological concept) and put together this desktop, symbolising the struggle to get things done while simultaneously putting all his tools at his fingertips.


The Noir Dark Home Screen

Widgets are useful for getting quick information without opening an app. This design skips the icons entirely and gives you the info you need in a dark, old-timey home screen.


The Milkdrop Desktop

Windows: Flickr user LostWatson‘s desktop is surreal and beautiful, and well-organised, too. A simple launcher on the side offers access to his applications, and the rest is neat and clear. Here’s what he used to set it all up.


CustomizerGod Changes Everything About Windows In One Easy Interface

Windows: One of the nice things about Windows is that if you don’t like a particular detail, you can change it. CustomizerGod allows you to manage nearly everything — including icons, branding, the Start button and more — in one place.


Enable Android's Secret Right-To-Left Layout If You're Left-Handed

Android: Your phone’s default layout caters to the right-handed user. If you’re left-handed, switch your layout to right-to-left with just a tap to be more comfortable using your device.


Weekly Wallpaper: Leave On A Jet Plane With These Travel Pictures

With the holidays about to fully hit, many of us are hitting the road this week. Whether you’re headed out or staying in, here are some scenic vistas you can use to dress up your desktop.


Weekly Wallpaper: Hit The Open Road With These Road Trip Pictures

Road trips offer time to take in the scenery and experience new vistas (no, not that one). As such, they’re an excellent source of beautiful imagery you can add to your desktop.