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This desktop is actually a second screen, ever so customised with a couple of elements that really fit the theme and give us a dose of that 80s nostalgia. The primary display uses the same desktop, but this one's the one worth talking about. Here's what you'll need to get the same look.

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Reader thdoan submitted this highly customised second screen using Rainmeter. Best of all there's even a video showing you how it all works. If you like the look, here's what you'll need to make your own.

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Locke's workspace isn't designer, or super fancy, it looks like a home office any of us would be happy to call our own. But he does have three displays with a No Man's Sky wallpaper across them, a comfy chair, a mini-fridge, and space to play his guitar and get creative. That's why we like it.

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Two ultrawide monitors may seem like a lot to adorn one desk, but when one of them is in portrait mode for easy reading and less scrolling, and the whole thing is held aloft with a monitor arm for a nice, clean desk and good cable management, well, we couldn't resist. Here are some more photos.

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It's been a little while since we've seen JonRedcorn2's customised desktops, but this one was so striking we couldn't look away — and we had to feature it. Here's how to get the same look for your computer.

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Reader ravenclawwit is no stranger to our featured desktop series, and submitted this beautiful setup to our Desktop Showcase a few weeks ago. It looks great, from top to bottom, and is pretty heavily personalised. It also has a little secret.

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Whether you love switching out beautiful desktop wallpaper or you just want something minimal that you're going to open windows over anyway, there's no shortage of great places to find something to dress up your desktop. Let's look at some of the best.

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If there's one thing I love about the possibility of wearables, it's swapping in new watch faces. While many companies either prevent users from making custom watch faces or require some decent coding skills, Android Wear has a few workarounds — and they're awesome. If you want to make your very own, custom watch face that nobody else has, read on. Even iOS users can do it!

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Flickr user d.chasenelson's desktop is simple, only has a few widgets, and a simple gradient wallpaper that's not at all distracting. It's ideal for a second screen when you're working in the first, or just as a quick monitor view you can minimise other things to check out. Here's how to set it up.

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Reader ravenclawwit stumbled on the NXT theme for Rainmeter, and put it to great use in this beautiful, functional desktop. That circle in the upper left? It's actually a dock, packed with shortcuts. Here's how it all works, and how to set it up.

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Stranha didn't leave a lot of information about how he made this beautiful desktop, featuring Glacier Point in the center, but we can figure it out. Here's what you'll need if you want to make your Mac look and feel like this.

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Sebastian's desktop embodies building order out of just a little chaos, and we can totally see that. We also just love the wallpaper, and the smart use of widgets for his desktop. Here's how he set it all up.

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Smog is usually the opposite of picturesque, but joergermeister manages to take this hazy cityscape and turn it into a remarkable desktop. If you like the look, here's what you need to get to make it your own.

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I don't know if you guys have heard, but there's a new Star Wars movie? Today's home screen knows how to keep the focus on the important things, with a minimal interface that keeps the not-Star Wars stuff out of the way.

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The new year is a good time to feature one of our favourite desktop creators, dobbie03. Here he's running Arch Linux, and while it might look like not much is going on, let's take a look at what it's like when he's working, and how he set it all up.