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Desktop Eyecandy

I've been having quite alot of time on my hands lately, because my tafe work is already completed in advance for the next 3 weeks atleast, I already had the notes from last semester -- see there's an upside to failing the first time around hehe.

Anyway, I've been playing around with my desktop installing quite a few nifty programs, which I have no idea why I didn't discover earlier.


The programs used are:
  • Stardock: ObjectDock (Used for the shortcut menu looking thing at the bottom of the screen), pretty much an emulation of the nifty thing found on Macintosh desktops.
  • Rainlender (uses hardly any resources -- close to none at all!) A nifty looking desktop calender.
  • Rainmeter (a program for geeky l33t people, who like to keep track and monitor of their computer usage, measure such things as the CPU usage, Ram usage etc.


Enjoy!





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