This month’s screenshot features my dual monitor setup. Yes, the screen is 2560×1024 or 2 19″ monitors wide 🙂 I realized that I had enough LCD monitors laying around that just by shifting some equipment, I could go dualie.
Here is what March’s Desktop Looks like: This time I am running KDE on Fedora Linux.
Another dekstop screenshot: Dock…ala MacOSX. Gaim and wide open desktop.
Another dekstop screenshot: This time I am running Kahakai Window Manager on Gentoo Linux.
Another dekstop screenshot: Back to Gnome as a Desktop environment, this time running Fedora Linux.
Another dekstop screenshot: I felt so unclean after running windowsxp for a week, that I dumped both KDE and Gnome on linux and tried a few different window managers. After trying the majority, I settled on my old friend Enlightenment. It has all the eye candy that I like to load up on windows, but…
Another dekstop screenshot: I am still running linux. I actually went back to windows for 1 week, but my machine (Windows XP SP1) would not stop blue screening every time I transferred files across the network. I tried all the base troubleshooting of drivers, but no go. So, back to what I know…
It has been a while since I posted a desktop screenshot: Yes I switched back to linux. The SP2 license agreement for Microsoft’s WinXP pissed me off…They wanted the right to make changes to my computer without my prior approval. Not likely unless I can make changes to their website without their approval.
Whenever I post a new windows screenshot: I get lots of email asking how I did it. Well here is a link to DesktopX and here is a link to Object Desktop. These two programs will allow you to create whatever desktop you like…
More tweaking of windows and boom! I have a new desktop again:
I have been tweaking the heck out of Windows 2000 to make it behave more like a Linux desktop. So far, so good.