25 Extremely Desktop Customization + Tools to Customize Your Own

Posted: December 30, 2012 in tricks
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If you’re not keen on the cookie-cutter appearance of your OS or windows, we’ve covered a handful of great tools for tweaking every last pixel of your desktop so it looks and acts just how you want. These are all small things that can be changed to make the desktop experience more desirable, cutom and geared to our own interests.

In this Post collection of a few extremely desktop inspired customize, some users have designed some absolutely stunning creations Using some desktop tweaking software such as Rainmeter, Object Dock, Rainlende and others.

1. Room of Shapes by: A State Of Flux

Room of Shapes


2. Faded and Desaturated by: rykennedyan

Faded and Desaturated


3. dylan lee Desktop

dylan lee Desktop


4. Jacksterson’s Requium

Jacksterson’s Requium


5. Windows Seven by: nh0j

Windows Seven


6. nath162 Desktop

nath162 Desktop


7. y v e s – h u y – t r u o n Desktop

y v e s – h u y – t r u o n Desktop


8. merindab Desktop

merindab Desktop


9. Home Server Desktop by: GuimiAlfaro

Home Server Desktop 1


10. My Current Desktop by: AlwafaPrince

My Current Desktop


11. Water Droplet Desktopby: nh0j

Water Droplet Desktop


12. The Mac Meets Windows Dual-Desktop by: Adam Pash

The Mac Meets Windows Dual-Desktop


13. Desktop JUNE 2009 by: alfurd

Desktop JUNE 2009


14. Come Together by: inaudiblewhisper

Come Together


15. Lonestar Desktop by: Ted A. Borel

Lonestar Desktop


16. Windows Desktop in Monochrome by: Adam Pash

Windows Desktop in Monochrome


17. juanplay7 Desktop

juanplay7 Desktop


18. White Out by: hoopz23

White Out


19. Black + White by: hoopz23

Black + White


20. Lightning Sunset by: Kaelri

Lightning Sunset (Desktop 12)


21. Fanta Morgana by: Kaelri

Fanta Morgana (Desktop 16)


22. Windows 7 Desktop by: dick.fickling

Windows 7 Desktop


23. DesktopNov24 by: greenviews



24. Dec2008Desktop by: YBoris



25. Birdy – Left by: A State of Flux

Birdy – Left


Want to make your own? Here are three FREE utilities used to create and customize your own personal desktop.

1. Samurize is an advanced system monitoring and desktop enhancement engine for Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista. IT professionals, overclockers, gamers and desktop modders alike use Samurize for system information, weather reports, news headlines and much much more. And best of all, Samurize is 100% free!

2. RocketDock : brings a Mac OS X Dock-style application launcher to Windows for free. With RocketDock, you can minimize apps to your dock to thumbnails, tweak any of your icons, view real-time window previews from the dock (in Vista), and quickly launch any app. Like many of the other apps mentioned here

3. Rainmeter -”Rainmeter is a feature rich system meter with support for multiple layers of png images (just like Rainlender). It can measure all of the basic system statistics such as physical ram, virtual memory, swap, and hard drive space. When coupled with MBM5, it can measure system temperatures and fan speeds. Rainmeter also has the ability to display the time as an analog clock with second, minute, and hour hands. Also available as a Litestep module.”

4. ObjectDock – “ObjectDock is a program that enables users to organize their shortcuts, programs and running tasks into an attractive and fun animated Dock. By allowing users to have more control over how they organize their desktop, users can take control of their desktop icons and shortcuts to have them be available when where and how they need them. This, all with the unique style and top-rate performance that ObjectDock is known to deliver!”

5. Rainlender – “Rainlendar is a feature rich calendar application that is easy to use and doesn’t take much space on your desktop. The application is platform independent so you can run it on all major operating systems: Windows, Linux and Mac OS X.The appearance can be customized with skins and you can even mix different skins together.”

6. Emerge Desktop — a free Windows shell replacement that swaps out the default Windows taskbar, start-menu, and right-click menu with its own alternatives

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