Something like my Heavenly Desktop but with some more iOS inspiration

I kept it simple and clean.


I used this photo as wallpaper


The Object Dock to replace the taskbar here

With the Token Icon Set here


RocketDock as a sidebar with web-apps and shortcuts here

With the skin here

With actual iOS and other icons from many other Flurry-styled packs at DeviantArt here


Rainmeter system management here


The Encoded skin for Rainmeter, for the time and weather. here


The iPhone Clock skin for Rainmeter, for the date. here


For the player i used this and this


I'm using launchy with the Lightness Skin I made


Hope you like it.

  • Matheus Pratta 3y

    Wow! I really like it!!
  • LudoS46 3y

    Very Nice!!!

    But how have you mix the GoogleBar skin for Rainmeter and the Lauchy Tiny Skin together? Can you just upload this file or make a quick tutorial for this Thx.
  • d Carr 3y

    LudoS46 Just repleace this files -> cl.ly/0W1U3A401C1i2K0d1x2c in here -> C:\Program Files\Launchy\skins\Tiny
  • LudoS46 3y

    d Carr Thx, it just work perfectly!!!
  • bch12 3y

    Great looking desktop and thanks.
  • floridagizzi 3y

    Is rocketdock the only dock that can go edge to edge? i've been trying to set up objectdock to the left similar to yours, but it will never go fully edge to edge, nor can i seem to adjust the space between icons.
  • d Carr 3y

    floridagizzi The space between icons is a transparent separator between each icon. (Use photoshop or Gimp to create tiny blank space)

    As to the launcher on the left I never could get it right with ObjectDock; and since i use it only for shortcuts for files and web-apps I used RocketDock.(it works really smooth and seemless when you don't clutter it up with widgets)

    I hope this could help you.
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