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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That's Windows under there if you couldn't tell, which means Rainmeter is the tool of the day. If you're unfamiliar with it, our getting started guide to Rainmeter will help you get your bearings.
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.
Flickr user Ankush is enamoured with The Martian, and we can't really blame him. He didn't mention whether he was inspired by the book or the film to make this desktop, but either way, we love it. Here's how to set it up.
Every week, we feature customised desktops and home screens submitted by readers that show off beautiful wallpapers and great customisation and UI tweaks. Sometimes they're fun, sometimes they're functional, and sometimes they're both, but 2015 was a great year for all of them. Here's a look at your favourite ones.
In 2011, BHP copped a fair amount of flak for a leaked memo which outlined its daunting list of rules about employee behaviours. BHP’s “office environment standard” reportedly includes making staff remove post-it notes at the end of the day, a ban on decorating or customising work partitions, and not allowing clothes to be slung over chairs and furniture, among others.
Aside from the time, battery level and music in the lower left corner, you might think this is just a wallpaper. But it's not -- it's Dan C's desktop, and he likes it empty. Every time he sits down it's a glorious fresh start. Here's how he made it.
There are plenty of Android launchers around, but we're starting to see the emergence of a category that we might call "contextual launchers" -- something that personalises your Android phone, is context-aware and surfaces information you need when you need it, and changes the way you interact with your device. Here are five of the best, based on your nominations.