WindowBlinds 8 is finally out, and I’m excited to start showing off more of it now that the release is done. For year, WindowBlinds has been the top way to change the boring Windows UI into something much more pleasing. WindowBlinds 8 comes with a new user interface, and skinning for both Windows 8 and 7.
I wrote a walkthrough of the new user interface in WindowBlinds 8 to get your familiar with the basic functionality. You can also download the trial or purchase from that article as well, so be sure to check WindowBlinds 8 out.
Christmas is a great time of year to customize your desktop, and there are just so many ways to do it. I created a desktop gadget with animated Christmas Lights that will really decorate your desktop with some holiday cheer. This gadget was created with DesktopX, and will run on any Windows system. You can run multiple instances of the gadget, and string them together on your desktop any way you like.
Here is a screenshot of how I am using them:
Just download from the link below, and double-click to use.
I have really enjoyed and have been quite impressed with the free blog system here on WordPress.com, but it was time I move my personal blog over to my host.
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WindowBlinds 6 Beta has been released for subscribers of Object Desktop.
WindowBlinds 6 represents a whole new generation of Windows skinning with advanced new features such as animation overlays, blur glass effects on both Windows Vista and Windows XP, user created sub-styles, full font control, explorer backgrounds, complete Windows Vista skinning, faster performance, and much more!
More information can be found here.Read More
Every month I make a video featuring the best animated wallpapers (.dreams) that were submitted to WinCustomize.com
You can find the links to download these .dreams at the link below. You do need to have Vista Ultimate, DreamScene, and Stardock DeskScapes installed.
After having my iPhone for a couple of weeks after launch, I wanted to give a review based on an average users experience, and not a review filled with numbers and data analysis. I posted the two part review over at WinCustomize, so in case you missed it there, here are the links.Read More