This week’s featured desktop makes use of a wallpaper we featured in Weekly Wallpaper last week, and adds some smart Rainmeter skins over top of it for a personal touch. stylised date in the centre, system monitors on the left, and a stylised clock in the upper right. Simple and easy.
Windows: Rainmeter, our favorite system monitor and desktop customiser for Windows, just released a new version that contains lots of bug fixes and performance improvements, plus localisation support for 35 different languages.
Windows: Rainmeter, one of our favourite desktop customisation tools, just updated with a number of enhancements, like a consolidated settings window, an improved Now Playing plugin, and more.
Whether your goal is to make your desktop look beautiful or you want an information-rich desktop that provides constant track of your system status, RSS feeds, and other info, Rainmeter is the best tool for the job. Here’s how to use Rainmeter to create an attractive, customisable heads-up display on your Windows desktop.
If you want to see what you can really do with some Rainmeter tweaking, check out the gallery below. It features six awesome Rainmeter skin suites and the kinds of custom desktops they can create. You can find tons of other suites shown off in our Featured Desktop series), as well as on the Rainmeter Forums, on DeviantART, on Customize.org, and just searching Google.
If you’re a fan of our quotables posts but they just don’t come fast enough to satisfy your need for picture-quote mashups, this guide shows you how to layer any quote you want over any wallpaper using Rainmeter.