It has been such a long time since my last desktop screenshot... I've been busy with trying to adapt to my new job, new coworkers and dealing with my new superior(who's a two-faced bitch...) My life is definitely not as easy as it's used to be. BUT on the bright side, I've also gained and learnt a lot of things from these changes, so cheers for me
Details: CAD: Cados 1.0 by ufouktan(downloaded from skin browser) Wall from Wallbase.cc VS: Lucido by =kiko11 *Music: Better than I know Myself* Icons: Soda, Etched, and Edius HD Startorb: Air - Tab by ~MustBeResult Rainmeter: Elementary by ~FlyingHyrax Tray icon: Win7 Dropbox Tray v2 by =ainq
Actually, you can download it from the built-in skin browser. Here's how: 1.Right-click on CAD and select "Skin browser". 2. Click the "Online" tab. 3. Do a search for "cados" using the built-in searchbar and when you found it, click on it to download and install.
Wtf??? How does this look like a fu*king Mac clone to you? Have you EVER even SEEN a Mac screenshot before? I mean PLZ tell me which part of THIS looks like a Mac desktop? It looks a 100% like windows. Seriously, PLZ DON'T comment if you can't tell the difference between a modded Mac and a modded Windows. This [link] is how a Mac shot look like. Even amateurs can tell that this is NOT a "Mac-clone" screenshot!
The reasons why I uses a dock launcher is because a dock with 8+ icons look better than a taskbar with just 4 icons pinned to it. I used to pin every single programs I used daily to my taskbar and it ended up looking clutter and ugly. Comparing to the windows taskbar, dock launchers like objectdock, rocketdock and Xwindows dock are much more easily to customize, and those reasons are: 1) I can change the skins with just one click(and not to mention they have a ton of beautiful skins to choose from.) As for the taskbar, if I want to change the apperance of the taskbar I have to apply a new VS(which also means changing the explorer.exe, shell.dll and explorerframe so they all matches.) 2) With the dock I can change the icon of the shortcut just by going to the setting. With the taskbar, I have to first create a shortcut on my desktop and change its .ICO then pin it to the taskbar, and delete the shortcut from my desktop. I have to do all of those things everytime I want to change the .ICO. 3) All launcher docks have cool settings that can make it easily to use and more features than what the windows taskbar will ever have. I have another dozen of reasons, but It'll take too long to list 'em all. So if you're a hardcore customizer like me, then I'm sure you'll pick laucher docks over taskbar. The only reasons why I didn't hide the taskbar is because of the startorb and tray icons. Oh, and why I have the taskbar set to top is because of the dock at the bottom, I've tried setting it to the left side but I'm right-handed, and when I set it to the right, it just looked wrong. And to be honest I think having the taskbar on top look better than setting it at the bottom. When I created this setup, I have NO intention of making it into a "MAc clone" or even anything that remind people of a MAc desktop. My desktop look like this not because I want a Mac clone, but because I like it this way (it's both easy to use AND beautiful to look at).