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  Reply # 338815 6-Jun-2010 16:46
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Yuck, enough of this clean desktop business. I prefer the everything everywhere approach (full disclosure: I did clean up a weeeeee bit before this was taken)

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  Reply # 338857 6-Jun-2010 20:30
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Aaroona:
Detruire: Tiny desktop screenshot

EDIT: Wow the parser butchered the HTML for the link/image O_O


:O where did youget your background!? I love it!


It came from http://www.sxc.hu/browse.phtml?f=view&id=1160643
Some decent images on that site, but I usually have to browse for ages before I find ones that are suitable for a wallpaper.




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  Reply # 338953 7-Jun-2010 07:09
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A very clean desktop background for me. (Geekzone uploader didn't work, so used imgshack) Used the Windows 7 Characters theme. I need to get some good backgrounds.




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  Reply # 338968 7-Jun-2010 10:16
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My OSX Desktop. Love a clean desktop (though it was VERY messy before taking this!! Tongue out)



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I use the APOD (Astronomy Picture Of The Day) service that delivers a new pic every day. Some truely beautiful shots grace my screens. But not today - we have the weird looking Lunokhod 1. The first remote controlled robot rover on the moon.

http://nightskylive.net/software/apod/




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  Reply # 488724 3-Jul-2011 02:00
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Time to bring this old thread back to life:

My current setup:






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  Reply # 488756 3-Jul-2011 10:45
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mp1, how are you finding the new ubuntu?

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  Reply # 488757 3-Jul-2011 10:56
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Actually folks, there's a loooong discussion on this topic. Could you please post in the original discussion so other people can come back and update their posts?

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=50&topicid=18540




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