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I like minimalism and that makes my desktop a bit "boring". :)

This is Xfce on Slackware Linux. ;)


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Firebrand9: Windows XP running Litestep with NeXTSTEP theme.
That's so 2000s. :D I remember using Litestep on my Win9x box in 2001/2002. I was just starting with Linux these years so I had dual boot. :)
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Post edited November 17, 2014 by astropup
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realkman666: I think I got carried away.
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Exoanthrope: A little bit, but that is awesome. :D
I had to regain sanity.
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joelandsonja: The image title says it all ...

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The Start Menu is even better ...
bit cold
Just a quick one of my desktop. I'm not a big fan of desktop icons for some reason. Find it much easier to just Win+S and search for the application I'm looking for.
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RavenholmDX: Just a quick one of my desktop. I'm not a big fan of desktop icons for some reason. Find it much easier to just Win+S and search for the application I'm looking for.
You are a minimalist, I think. Nothing wrong with that.
I have about two thousand images that change every minute. Then I have a couple hundred in my "lewd wallpapers" folder that I'll sometimes enable if there's no one around.
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sauvignon1: ... "lewd wallpapers" folder that I'll sometimes enable if there's no one around.
Nice! I used to do that before I had to share my computer.
My latest. Pretty minimal. Openbox, plank, dmenu, dzen2 & conky on Arch.
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This is mine, nothing special, but I love it.
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This is my desktop at work :D Even more minimalistic than the one at home.
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Yeah, I need a clean-up.

P.S.Wallpaper is here.
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My EeePC, which I upgraded to Windows 8 because I don't game and the boost is really appreciated under a slow netbook :P
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