My Windows Desktop…

Okay, I’m back to Windows 98 again, but only because I haven’t finished the theme for Linux. Anyway, here’s a screenshot for you. Pretty nifty, huh?

I modelled the theme after the Navi’s OS, and that’s why my LJ colors are the way they are. I used the exact color codes to match my LJ to my Windows theme. So, now you all know. The mystery has been solved!

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The one with all the Lesson Reviews.

I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with this blog ever since I started using Hummingbird last fall. So, I decided to try an idea of mine called Lesson Reviews. Essentially, it’s more of a “what I learned from X anime” than a review, but the thing is, there will be good and […]

Comments

  1. :D So you like to use Linux? Do you have both OS’s on your comp and switch ‘tween them??

  2. Hahaha, un, I dual-boot Linux and Win98 (first edition, tho). I have WinXP Pro, but I find that there are a lot of trade-offs that turned me off (plus the NT kernel won’t let me use DOS! NOOOOOOOOO!!!). However, I’m just “hen na” and everybody is slapping me for not using XP… O_o

    Etooo, you can save these themes very easily if you ever want to reinstall your system. If you don’t know how to do this, let me know. I’ll guide you through it. The stupid Desktop Themes control panel applet doesn’t save everything (because it’s an outdated Win95 app – blaaaaah).

  3. rivendarkangel says:

    Colossus of the comp! I like that color theme. Me wants.
    I’ll have to work on my own DesktopSuite for my VAIO once I get it, if I end up with one.. Might not bother and get a cheap little machine for now. We’ll see.

  4. … I’d stick with IBM Thinkpads, HP Pavilions, or HP Omnibooks because these models all use the standard 102-keyboard layout. The crappy ass laptops out there (including VAIO, sadly) carry the crap laptop kayboard layout which lines all the Insert, Delete, Home, End, Page Up, and Page Down keys on the right side of the notebook. Don’t ask me why or who made this standard, but I am very, very pissed off at him/her/it.

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