Messing around with Rainmeter on my baby rez.
"Set for all monitors"
"Set for monitor 1"
"Set for monitor 2"
Do the same for the second wallpaper. No third party apps required.
Took a screenshot from my own PC to show you:
Today I have decided on an entirely automotive theme
(Fucking jpg rape, it makes my desktop look shitty and blurry)
It's a picture of a tube of magnets. The light is an LED on the side of my cooling pad.
Here is the picture, in case anyone wants it:
JPG rape did not do your desktop shitty. It is shitty, sorry..
You have a fuckton of games, what you can mostly open from Steam. Your taskbar looks like shit, especially the Start button .
You have many unneeded things. And Gamebooster does not really help.
I wish I found a higher resolution image from the new Dear Esther, so this is all I got since I'm so excited. As I always say, I rarely ever have my desktop exposed, I normally have windows over it, but I do try to consolidate.
Nothing particularly special. I like my basic wallpapers and easy viewing. None of this Rainmeter shit that I won't ever look at anyway.
Mind, I did experiment with Samurize a while ago to try and make an interesting use of the flexibility it provides by making something like this;
But I couldn't work out a decent way to get a nicer looking edge-detect look to a picture of my laptop. And couldn't finish certain meters that I wanted to add.
Yeah, relatively bland (no fancy custom desktop things) and the Happiness theme available on some Microsoft site. Dead Drop is a shortcut to my laptop's desktop over the network, useful for Blender things (decent mouse and big screen make it useful to do the actual creative stuff on my tower, laptop has a decent i7 in it which makes rendering alot faster than my tower). Major Project is just this huge ass year-long school assignment.
I prefer not to have to bring up steam to start games.
My laptop is a slow piece of shit, I'm willing to try anything that just might help, even the tiniest bit.
strategically placed recycle bin
Curious as to what it would look like if I placed both taskbars vertically next to each other.