The Cloudy Windows Desktop

The Cloudy Windows Desktop

If looking at the clouds in the sky inspires you as much as it inspires Jonathan Miller, this desktop might be right up your alley. A few well placed and unobtrusive widgets positioned around the top and sides of the screen so they’re in view while he’s working, and some little fluffy clouds in the centre for when everything else is minimised, and you have an attractive, functional desktop that doesn’t get in the way of your work.

If you want the same look for your Windows desktop, here’s what you’ll need:

If you like what you see and want to set it up for yourself, check out our guide to Rainmeter to get started, or just drop by Jonathan’s Flickr page to let him know that you like his work!

If you’re a Mac user, you can get a similar feel on your desktop with GeekTool and our getting started guide to using it. If you’re a Linux user, the Conky system utility and some shell themes might be a good start.

Cloud Desktop [Flickr]


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