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    I used the Hi-Tech Desktop, Illustro, and Cityscapes rainmeter skins. Can't remember where I found the wallpaper, but you could do a google search and find something just as cool.

    jasonrallen, mcnkldzyn, m4ncuso, and 5 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Hariharan Narayan 18 months ago | reply

      hi aaron it is very nice ... i too need like this one ... can u please tell me how to make this.... my email i.d is hariharanjack@hotmail.com

    2. maks01 18 months ago | reply

      can you please teach me how to set up this superb desktop on my pc. mihai_tudor88@yahoo.com

    3. bluerettlar 18 months ago | reply

      Hi Aaron, I am lovign the desktop you made here. Can you please tell me how u made it. My e-mail is bluerettlar@gmail.com

    4. jgee67 18 months ago | reply

      Hey i love the desktop too. Can you email me instructions on how to make it? Much appreiciated. jgee67@gmail.com

    5. everyhopkins 18 months ago | reply

      well, since the requests are already flooded here... I may as well join in could you also instruct me on your method for creating this desktop?. email: Vampireincubi@gmail.com

    6. jesnyder21 18 months ago | reply

      I would also like to know how to create this desktop...thanks email: jesnyder21@yahoo.com

    7. Aaronlloyd14 18 months ago | reply

      Ok. So, you have to first download the rainmeter customization tool here. rainmeter.net/cms/
      Then go to deviantart.com>custimozation>skins & themes>system monitoring>rainmeter.
      Then search for the "Hi-tech desktop" "Illustro" and "cityscape theme".
      note. The "cityscape" skin has possibly been removed, but you can get similar skins with the "Circlops" skin.

    8. Aaronlloyd14 18 months ago | reply

      Whoops. lost my train of thought... download and install all three skins and go through and find what you want from each.. Hope this helps.

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