How-To: Deck Out Your Desktop with the 12 Best Rainmeter Skins

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girlicious101

i added a url to the RSS and im not seeing any feeds... can someone help me i dont knw wut to do.

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Bluue

Just downloaded and started to set up the Seven Dock skin. It's kinda uselss with the file paths he put in but I'm not sure how to properly write the ones o my computer. I'm running Windows 7 Home 64bit and I can't figure out how to put the proper name for say, firefox.exe so that it works from the dock, any help is appreciated.

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119silky

Yes indeed Rainmeter is one of the best things to hit the Windows world since modern GUIs.

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xsponse

does anybody know where to get that background image that is right under the section "Sounds like samurize"?

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thematejka

@Cy-Kill

 

the ram usage is almost nothing. I run many widgets with my rain meter and it never consumes more than 10mb of ram. Peanuts, I have 4gb of ram so you are fine with your 6:)

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lien_meat

there is finally something like conky for windows...accept better even(in ease of use at least)...which is kinda impressive.
That actually makes the windows desktop pretty appealing (I prefer kde or gnome's desktops usually).

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siphenviper

Regarding the image right under "Rainmeter vs HTMLifying..." with the gray, block orientated theme: I was wondering where you got the picture for that background and what apps you're using in it? It's pretty wicked.

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weengo

 siphenviper: check out http://interfacelift.com

search for "Rubik"

Love the article by the way!

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mdkplus

PAUL WHY DO You do this for us! Your awesome man, this is great THANKS to you my desktop kicks ass

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Cy-Kill

What's the RAM usage like, I am using Vista x64 with 6GB of RAM, plan on reinstalling Windows soon because I seem to be using about 2 1/2GB of RAM lately, when it's usually around 1.50GB - 1.60GB when not playing games, etc. 

Cy-Kill

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dankers

Neat.

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