Discussion in 'General Chat' started by eviljohn2, Aug 13, 2005.
What does your computer desktop look like?
Here's a screen capture of mine to get the ball rolling.
mine at work..................
my own picture too
ok, how do you get a screen capture of your desk top?
Assuming you use Windows....
Have the PC show your desktop and press the PrtSc (Print Screen) button on your keyboard. This takes a snapshot of the Windows System. Next go to Start / All Programs / Accessories / Paint and paste the snapshot into a new canvas. Finally save image as jpg. If you're using an old version of windows you may only get the option of bmp.
*EDIT* Oh I almost forgot:
My personal home laptop:
My works laptop:
Mine changes quite a lot but here is what it looks like at the moment.
running dual desktop so i combined 2 of my loves one is blank as i just use that as screen space etc and use the other with the icons. pain in the arse having to take out the cabling to hook up the projector, why cant they make GFx cards with 3 Dvi outputs before you laugh not HP & POA is not my game my 6 year old was playing on it
best I can do with my pc.
Dave, I think we all knew what would be on your desktop
There could only be one thing on my desktop still
mine..not the bike
I made my own menu system using "Objectbar" so i could do away with icons
The sticker "fuchs" on the bike is pronounced fooks btw.
I've had this one for a while...thinking of changing it.
18% grey on linux , XP and W2k and I switch all the xp frivolity off.
Can't think of a nicer picture to look at everyday
How did you get my ex girlfriends picture?
That would be telling now, wouldn't it
a clear desktop is a clear mind
Have a couple of wallpapers I use but at the moment am stuck on the Big Apple - it's a pain finding widescreen wallpaper though
I took this photo last year in Portugal
I think JohnG will appreciate this one!
You can get loads of widescreen wallpaper online.
Just google 1280x800 desktop or something similar in google images and you'll fine tonnes mate.
Valhoudini, to get the ball rolling http://www.aguntherphotography.com/wallpapers/widescreen_wallpapers3.htm
same wallpapaer as me
Well great minds think alike!
not my desktop but check this out:
i'm not sure how fast he pc needs to be
Minimum System Requirements
Intel 500 MHz class processor - 1+ GHz recommended
System Memory 256 MB RAM - 384+ MB recommended
3D Graphics Card with 32 MB VRAM - 64+ MB recommended
Windows 98SE/ME/2000/XP - 2000/XP recommended
Shouldent that be in give us a look at ya then.... for John G?
Here's my effort, Gillian will always be number 1 in my eyes
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