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The Mars Approach Desktop

This Arch Linux desktop features a beautiful photo of Mars floating in the dark, but that’s not all that’s interesting about it — transparent terminal windows and resource indicators round out what’s actually a very productive setup. Here’s how to make it your own.

The Vinyl Desktop

Ilango‘s Windows 10 desktop might not look like Windows 10, but it does reflect his love of music. A visualizer that moves to the rhythm and a couple of widgets make the whole thing look great. Here’s how he set it up.

The Long Arm Of The Galaxy Desktop

Like we’ve said before, sometimes less customisation is more, and this beautiful desktop from reader Mackenzie is another great example of how just a couple of skins — not too many — make all the difference. Here’s how she set it up.

The Radial Desktop

Reader johnredcorn2 shared this super clean desktop over at Flickr, packed with useful information, bordered with shortcuts and feeds, and informative but not too busy. Here’s how he set it up.

The Primordial Desktop

Mackenzie‘s desktop is a beautiful wooded respite that lowers your stress levels just by looking at it — which makes it perfect for a work desktop, or a second screen. Here’s how to set it up.

The Hotline Miami Desktop

You might remember bionicfemme‘s EarthBound desktop from a few weeks ago — now she’s back with this awesome Hotline Miami desktop, which kind of captures the theme and feel of the game so perfectly we couldn’t help but share it. Here’s how she set it all up.

Set Your Mac's Wallpaper With A Terminal Command

Setting your Mac’s wallpaper is easy enough, but if you’re looking to automate changing them up, adding a wallpaper to a setup script, or whatever else, you’ll need to do it from the command line. OS X Daily shows you how.

The Earthbound Desktop

Reader bionicfemme shared this desktop with us and we love it, partially because we share the love for Earthbound. If you like it as much as we do, here’s how you can set it up.

The Forest Of The Clouds Desktop

Winter is nearly over. If you’re not a fan of spring, you can keep the icy mornings alive with this linux desktop. It’s crisp, refreshing and easy to set up. Here’s how to replicate the look.

The Abstract Desktop

GiacomoLawrance’s desktop is a lot of fun — some abstract shapes, active widgets on-screen, and shortcuts and information in easy sight when they’re needed. Here’s how he set it up.

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