Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Another Bad Pun, Sep 19, 2017.
Desktops will be judged in four categories:
neatness, composition, visual background, utility
My amazing, entirely boring desktop.
I've been tempted to replace the background with solid black in the past, but that seems a bit too much.
Oops, my system crashed.
I lost all my data! But I had an anti-virus?
That's from a while ago (as seen by the date and Steam name), but my desktop still is nice and clear. I've been thinking about swapping the background to a solid color or one of my favorite pieces, but I like how clean it is. I won't drive myself (any more) nuts then.
Edit: It's miraculously stayed this clean for almost three months now!
pretty cleam atm actually, I keep meaning to get wallpaper engine setup with some custom stuff, but I havent gotten around to it yet
Rotating scenery from GITS! I've had this for awhile, I should probably change it up.
OSX user and (not) proud
I use Wallpaper Engine so the background slowly animates. The HUD info is with Rainmeter.
InB4 "Why are monitors shifted vertically!?": My desk is built that way.
Middle bars reacts to music ; left screen is used for music, discord and twitch chat purposes.
Left screen is small because I bought it in 2007 and my main monitor has a pretty high resolution. Physically, the left monitor is slightly larger.
Good Cthulhu, I'd go crazy seeing mouse jerk around in size and position
yes yes yes and yes
Three different icons for Unity.
Lots of .txt files of notes, somehow only one of which is called New Text Document.
I have no idea why that one column is there.
Lots of Simon Stalenhag backgrounds on a loop.
At a rough count, I regularly play 2/10 of the games linked.
-The background is an SFM poster that I found on Steam that I liked. The background doesn't change or animate. I know, boring.
-I almost never use desktop shortcuts to navigate, I always use my taskbar or start menu, so I don't keep my desktop organized or neat. I don't even use most of the apps listed there...
Hello there fellow botw player.
I am the guy who never unticks "Create desktop icon"
Most of my programs I can access through the start menu easily. If I need to go any further than one click the start menu, it's a program I rarely use.
I once had three icons on my desktop. I decided that the third (cCleaner) could just as easily be used by right-clicking on the recycling bin so I got rid of it. Maybe one day I won't have This PC on the desktop, but for now it stays. Recycling Bin will always have a home on the desktop though.
The monitor on the right is actually bigger, it just has a much lower resolution than the monitor on the left.
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