Archive for the ‘Customize Windows’ Category

OS X Lion, which hit the market a few weeks ago, includes as many as 250 new features and enhancements. One of those is a brand-new set of desktop backgrounds which would look very nice on any operating system. That’s why we put together an archive of all the wallpapers that are built into Lion which you can use with any operating system. Whatever system you’re using, some of these will certainly look good.

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iPhoneLS is a new screensaver for Windows that simulates the iOS lock screen just the way you’d expect: after this screensaver is running, you’ll see a “slide to unlock” screen which brings you back to your desktop once your slide it to the right. Sounds better than the annoying bubbles, or 3D text, am I right?

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Here are some exclusive wallpapers for the upcoming Windows Server 2008 R2 aka Windows 7 Server internally. If you are like me testing a copy of Windows Server 2008 R2 then you would love to have these wallpapers on the desktop of your Server box!

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The Windows 7 Icon Pack contains 214 Hi-Res icons extracted directly from Windows resource files. All the icons are in their original .ico format.

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Last week I received many emails from our readers requesting for the icons I used in the screenshot here with Drive Icon Changer. I got tired of emailing every individual one by one and decided to bundle them all in a pack to share it with all of you here 🙂

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Drive Icon Changer helps you customize your hard drive icon shown in My Computer and Windows Explorer to an icon of your personal choice. Like Turn Off LCD, I developed this little tool in C# using Visual Studio 2008 to change drive icons on the fly. It just takes a couple of clicks to customize the icon to your personal choice.

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