Everyone, atleast me, likes a clean, yet attractive desktop of his/her, computer or laptop. Though there are many soft wares to do so like Rocket Dock, Rainmeter, Nexus Dock, Fences etc. But many of us, including didn’t had the “AMAZING IDEA” of how to use these software for making beautiful desktops, so here are some references, instructions and best of all the required material to make a gorgeous desktop. Here is mine, which i made taking reference from one of these.
THIS ONE IS MINE…!
Claudia is a Fringe fan, but she’s also a fan of being able to see a ton of important information at a single glance on her desktop. She combined her two loves into this fun and informative HUD for her Windows 7 desktop using Rainmeter. More »
Michael Baberick custom-made this look for his system running Windows 7, and it’s a perfect example of using the right tools to add huge amounts of information to a desktop, along with quick access to important folders, while still keeping plenty of room available as a workspace. More »
This minimal but pretty amazing desktop belongs to reader Ian Michael Smith, who made good use of GeekTool and placed a functioning clock behind a mountain of sand.
A creative use of GeekTool is responsible for nice effects you see on this desktop. More »
We love the command line, but this desktop takes that love to entirely new levels with detailed, integrated statistics and information all arranged to make one densely packed but beautiful package.
Adam Elvy, the creator of this desktop, explains how it was made: More »
Although this week’s featured desktop doesn’t come with many bells and whistles,inaudiblewhisper did something really neat: created a desktop with a dynamic piece of paper where the handwritten note changes based on statistics and other activity. More »
The minimalism exhibited in this featured desktop makes it seem like there’s really nothing going on, but its practical functionality and good looks actually require a reasonable amount of customization. More »
Christopher Yarrow has a desktop that reminds us of Windows Phone 7 and long nights at the blackjack tables in Vegas. With RSS on the desktop and widgets for Gmail, the weather, networking, and power, he’ll always know where he stands when the chips are down. More »
This minimalist, text-based lock screen gives you all the info you need to know when you hit your iPhone’s home button: the time, the date, and even the amount of RAM your device has free. More »
Reader Minhtam.nguyen created this lock screen that gives him the date, his calendar, and the weather all without ever needing to unlock his phone.
Reader MortemTuam takes a feature-filled Android ROM and makes it quick and simple with a beautiful Windows Phone 7-based theme for Android.
The goal of this home screen, besides Windows Phone-level simplicity, is just plain beautiful images, colors, and fonts. More »
It can be annoying to unlock your phone every time you just want to hit a simple button, so reader WhizWeb created this simple, yet very functional lock screen that enables access to all sorts of settings. More »
Today, I’m actually featuring my own home screen, inspired by the new MIUI ROM for the HTC Thunderbolt and all the home screens you guys have posted over the months-including a bunch of great text-based widgets. More »
We’ve seen so many text-only home screens lately, but reader crstemple took his home screen in the complete opposite direction-removing text from nearly the entire homescreen for a very unique look.
He’s still got a little bit of text in there on the calendar widget, but that’s about it. More »
SOURCE : www.lifehacker.com