Widgets: Morning Clock, pic-display widget
I installed GNOME on Arch and, as I had nothing else to do, did this.
Still on Openbox with Arch Linux.
Widgets: Morning Clock, WeatherNow Widget, BatteryCharge Widget, Blur Widget (dock background)
Mono Chrome Arch Gnome 3.22.2Wallwww.flickr.com/photos/49866381…Conky by mefav.me/dar1agzIcons by +Erik Dubois
Arch Gnome Mono Chrome
What i used
Widgets: Morning Clock, WeatherNow Widget
I just built my first gaming PC (mostly to play Overwatch), so I wanted to create a simple desktop using Rainmeter to reflect this.
I had an itch to rework my desktop (yeah it’s only been a few months; I get bored easily), and I saw this wallpaper on reddit and decided to design a rainmeter setup to go with it. A lot of the skins I’m using were used in my last setup, but by changing the colors and fonts, they can have a totally different look.
Another ocean theme I guess. I went for a calmer theme than my last desktop this time. I centered the taskbar using this trick from YouTube, if you’re wondering. Here’s what I used:
After a very long stint using Gnome-Shell I had a play around with a Openbox Spin called sidboX,
I am running Uebersicht with the CPU bar, memory bar, round clock and now playing widgets. The wallpaper is one of my own photos.
My gorgeous desktop (dual-monitor Windows 7 setup).
Widgets: Sidebar widget, Morning Clock, Inspirational Quote
Widgets: Sidebar widget, Morning Clock, Inspirational Quote, Countdown, YouTube Video widget
Wallpaper: Way to heaven
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: