December 2011 Desktops


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Fabian-

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Do you have a link to that wallpaper? :)

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Freelancer1111

Visual Style : SoftV2.0

Wallpaper: from wallbase

Icons: ampeross.deviantart.com

Tools: Fences

e4HK1.jpg

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Vvo

desktop layout from my hp probook laptop (nothing too fancy here, just something plain and simple)

windows 7 Pro x64

rainmeter widgets (vcloud weather, illusto, and gnometer app launcher)

wallpaper: http://wallbase.cc/wallpaper/978468dec2011deskpro.jpg

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Geoffrey B.

Changed mine up for December

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moose232

my osx86 snow leopard desktop.

Where did you get that theme?

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Richard C.
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Glassed Silver

post-105752-0-61971900-1322776463_thumb.

Wow, that's some heavily obvious fake bokeh! :|

Glassed Silver:mac

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Kondrath

Wow, that's some heavily obvious fake bokeh! :|

Glassed Silver:mac

lol, yeah. The depth of field makes no sense.

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computerdummy_5

Haven"t posted in a while:

Omnimo 4.1 and Ipad 2 for rainmeter-wallpaper unknown?post-69797-0-83820700-1322783467_thumb.j

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Marshall

Haven"t posted in a while:

Omnimo 4.1 and Ipad 2 for rainmeter-wallpaper unknown?post-69797-0-83820700-1322783467_thumb.j

The wallpaper looks to be Also Calm

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scaramonga
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fix-this!

Where did you get that theme?

the dock theme came from deviantart. the rest of my overall theme was sorta pieced together by a few different themes. the icons are just ones i found online and changed via candybar.

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junior-tjf

mydeskieDec.png

Wallpaper please?

Here mine:

2YheQ.jpg

How make this? Awesome!

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Royalty

Wallpaper please?

How make this? Awesome!

Rainmeter bro! Check out the cool themes they have for it. The theme that I used was called Omnimo.

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syncore

Another month, the same exact (copy & pasted) desktop from the previous 2 months :D Triple 24" monitor setup, 5760x1080 resolution.

Dirty Desktop:

dirtydesk.jpg

Clean Desktop:

cleandeskt.jpg

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johnporter29

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Seems to be a popular wallpaper - I have it too, there's a link to it in Novembers Desktop Thread

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maeby

Haven"t posted in a while:

Omnimo 4.1 and Ipad 2 for rainmeter-wallpaper unknown?post-69797-0-83820700-1322783467_thumb.j

your winning the thread

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Magoo

Here are mine for December

Win 8 on my Mac

december_2011_windows_8_on_mac_by_mmagoo-d4hzuot.png

Win 7 on my PC

Clean (no Dock)

december_2011_windows_7_on_pc_clean_by_mmagoo-d4hzv4x.png

With Dock

december_2011_windows_7_on_pc_with_dock_by_mmagoo-d4hzvpa.png

Infos:

December 2011 Screen Shot of My Windows 7 Clean (no Dock)

Wall Paper - Found on Google

Raimeter - Refresh (http://fav.me/d4bx5rq) By blottr

With custom font

Icons - Kare (http://fav.me/d3fzq9s) By AP-GRAPHIK

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