Clark’s desktop isn’t all that colourful, but it’s definitely beautiful. A sky-high view of a mist-covered landscape is complemented by widgets in the centre for time, date and weather, and a sidebar to the left with more information is kept neatly out of the way of work. Here’s how you can set it up.
The nice thing about Clark’s desktop is that when you pass your computer or sit down to it in the morning, you’ll have the forecast and know what time it is. When it’s time to get to work, you’re not missing anything by covering up those widgets, and you still have useful information on the left side of the display. If you want the same look for your Windows machine, here’s what you’ll need.
- The Morning Mist wallpaper from InterfaceLift
- The Rainmeter system tweaking and monitoring tool for Windows
- The Enigma suite for Rainmeter
- The Serenity skin for Rainmeter
- The Harmo Clock for Rainmeter
That’s all you’ll need. If you run into issues configuring any of these to look the way Clark’s looks, head over to his Flickr page to ask your questions.