Drops of Clarity Desktop
Reader ravenclawwit is no stranger to our select series of desktop computers, and a few weeks ago he introduced this beautiful setting at our Desktop Showcase . It looks great from top to bottom and is heavily personalized. It also has a little secret.
Now, here are the components you’ll need to customize this setting to your liking:
- Wallpaper by Sashaa812 on DeviantArt
- Tool setting and monitoring system for Rainmeter for Windows
- Disen Rainmeter Skin for Clock Widget and Weather Widget (altered, modified version available on Dropbox at link below)
- Omnimo Pack for Rainmeter for To-Do List and Google Search Bar
- Cleartext skin for Rainmeter widget Now Playing
- Rainmeter CircuitousTwo Skin Set for System Monitors
- RainDrop 2 Audio Visualizer for a little secret special renderer effect you can see in the screenshot below.
- Classic Windows shell to make the taskbar transparent and customize it with shortcuts, and this hover gif for it from the forums on the classic shell .
Oh, so what’s the secret we mentioned? Well, when the renderer is on, this is what the ravenclawwit desktop looks like:
So when the screen is blank, only music is playing, or acts as a second screen, it still looks great. For more information on all of these skins and how they were configured, be sure to visit the Rvenclawwit Kinja blog linked below for more detailed explanations for each of the points above.
Do you have a beautiful and functional desktop to show off? Share with us! Place it in a personal blog using Kinja tag DesktopShowcase or add it to our pool of Lifehacker Desktop Show and the Flickr Tell . Screenshots must be at least 1280×720 and include information about what you used, links to wallpapers, skins and themes, and any other important information. If your wonderful desktop catches our attention, you may be on our favorites!
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