I wanted a more simple desktop so I cleared mine and put together a more minimal one, which I call Oceans Crashing. Here’s what you need to recreate it:
A pretty nice Instinct wallpaper from Reddit deserved some rainmeter sprucing up for my new desktop.
After I posted the desktop that I threw together in my last post, I changed my desktop frequently over the months. This time, however, I think I’m finally satisfied. I made it using these resources:
Here’s a desktop I’m submitting for the Desktop Showcase. Hope you like it ;)
I decided it was time for a new desktop, so I cobbled this one together from many parts. Here’s how I did it:
- Ubuntu 16.04 LTS
- One of the included wall papers
- Cairo dock replacing the Unity environment.
First time posting my desktop!
Using Rainmeter, I decided to make a desktop using the Enigma skin that matches my Surface Pro 3 Toast skin in Ebony (Toastmade.com). I like the minimalist design, but still like my space to be functional, so I decided to customize the sidebar to match the notification menu that comes out from the side. The taskbar…
My custom desktop. (EDIT) : actually my first desktop. The wallpaper I made myself from an image I found online. I used Rainmeter for the first time.
So in my last post I had installed Windows 10 and I gave it a good run, I was impressed but the continuous virus warnings sort of got on my nerves and I quickly ran out of patience with it so I have reinstalled Arch. It’s good to be back.
This is my first time using Rainmeter for a Windows 10 environment, since I run Ubuntu everywhere but the laptop I use for work/school. I wanted something simple, calming, but visually interesting, and I love this. I autohid the standard dock on the bottom of the screen, so it’s there when I need it but I don’t need…
Because Firewatch wallpapers and Dragon Age quotes are a great combination, right?
Here’s a minimal space themed desktop using Rainmeter.
I’m using Rainmeter after 3 years, and 1st time on Windows 10.