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Lets See Your Desktops!!

Discussion in 'Tech Talk' started by Joshua1432, Jan 1, 2009.

  1. Joshua1432

    Joshua1432 Yeah Im Only 14

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    Well i have a few pics,

    the first picture is my vista computer, and the other three is my XP machine with a custom theme i made, plus rocket dock :supergrin:

    I made the wallpaper in the last photo, well i added the red button in photoshop CS4 which i just purchased after saving up since CS3 was released i blured my last name for obvious reasons haha.

    [size=+5] enjoy [/size]


    [size=+3] Vista Score =] [/size]
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    [size=+3] Normal [/size]
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    [size=+3] Play [/size]
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    [size=+3] New Wallpaper [/size]
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    Cheers, and lets see yours!

    Joshh
     
  2. Unix'N'Guns

    Unix'N'Guns NRA Life Member

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    My current Blackbox theme (style); and GT as it should be viewed :supergrin:

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    Last edited: Jan 1, 2009

  3. SIGSAREBETTER

    SIGSAREBETTER Teh Pieman

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    Such a glorious scene here.....everyday makes me think more and more about leaving the big city and settling into a nice New Mexico small town.


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  4. There are several existing threads on this topic here on GT. ;)

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  5. Jai9100

    Jai9100

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    I'll never figure out why people insist on making these threads :dunno:

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  6. Razrbk444

    Razrbk444 Sumthin' Witty Silver Member

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  7. IndyGunFreak

    IndyGunFreak

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    My laptop from a couple weeks ago

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    My current Aspire One... Its kinda boring, I really should change it...

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    I don't have a current one of my desktop, I'll try to post it later
     
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  8. Joshua1432

    Joshua1432 Yeah Im Only 14

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    Some Nice Desktops Guys :)

    Well i change my wallpaper daily so here you go:

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    Joshh :supergrin:
     
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  9. I just use a color, pastel, subdued, rather than a picture. Probably because most of the time I am actually doing work on the 'puter and not looking at the desktop picture.
     
  10. IndyGunFreak

    IndyGunFreak

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    Eh, I'd imagine most of us don't spend much time staring at our wallpaper, but its still nice to have one that is *yours*.. You should see some of the wallpaper threads in GNG... Some of the folks change wallpapers as often as I change underwear...

    IGF
     
  11. Joshua1432

    Joshua1432 Yeah Im Only 14

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    Okay :)

    This is a funny one, its a screenshot of my phone,

    Its a hiptop slide or as its called over there the Sidekick Slide.

    So yeah its really hard on my phone haha but I get free internet and I go on glocktalk all the time.
    :supergrin:

    Just click here:

    http://flickr.com/photos/joshua1432/3159337810/

    Its really hard to upload it sorry :

    Joshh :2gun:
     
    Last edited: Jan 2, 2009
  12. Perhaps. The 'puter being on my desk, in my office, identifies it as mine. Nae wallpaper is necessary. :cool:
     
  13. alphacat

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  14. nosuchagency

    nosuchagency ...

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    try alt-prt sc keys

    or

    fn-prt sc keys

    then open ms paint and press cntrl-v