Rainmeter Release!

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  1. chA1nBull3t
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    With the recent redevelopment of the popular Desktop Customization / HUD maker, Rainmeter has gone back into full swing with community and staff support. They have just gone into release and have added some nice goodies, bug fixes, and best of all: User-Friendly interfaces, it's now easier than ever to make something crappy...

    Into this:
    Warning: Spoilers inside!

    The v1.0 release includes the popular Enigma Themeset built featured on Lifehacker. One of the easiest managers to start out with if you're new to rainmeter. However, once you get used to the inner workings and features, it's best to try out other 'meters' to add to your desktop (or better yet, make your own [​IMG] ).

    http://www.rainmeter.net/
     
  2. Arm the Homeless

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    Real men use Linux with multiple Conky configs.
     
  3. juggernaut911

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    Call me a kid who can play Crysis then! [​IMG] [​IMG]

    Looks cool but everyone uses it so it kinda looks lame and is turning generic.
     
  4. Joe88

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    agreed

    its becoming a n00b thing now
     
  5. Frederica Bernkastel

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    linux has its pluses, but my windows install is better than my linux install. and both have desktop customisations (Rainmeter for Windows)

    but, everyone seems to be using rainmeter these days, I might as well do something better...

    (btw, linux = gamers hell)