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The Creation Configuration

I spend a lot of time at the computer and because of that I try to break up my day by working with a few different configurations depending on the task I’m currently working on.

 

The Creation Configuration (www.flickr.com/photos/math0ne/2775936089/)

 

I use this mode the most, when I connect my 22" external monitor to my laptop i have Ultramon set up to automatically set my secondary resolution and samurize is set to monitor the resolution and adjust the desktop/music/email/hd indicator to the secondary monitor.

 

* e Text Editor: Best programmers text editor available for windows

* WinSCP: File Transfer Program

* Firefox: Custom start page

* Digsby: Theme by me

* Foobar2000: Theme by me

* SecureCRT: SSH

 

The Research Configuration (www.flickr.com/photos/math0ne/2775934635/)

 

This is my Tablet PC (HP TC4400) in tablet mode. I do most of my reading and project planning in this mode. Tablets are great for providing a different way of interacting with your computer. I find i can lay on the couch work walking around and easily switch between anything in between while working in this mode.

 

* Onenote in full-window mode

* Windows Explorer with QTTabBar, QT Address Bar, and Findexer

 

The Focused Configuration (www.flickr.com/photos/math0ne/2776792844/)

 

I find that i can easily become unfocused with so much monitor space to spread out over so i get most of my hard grinding work done in this mode at my standing work space.

 

Executor: Application Launcher

Shutdown: gehrunnerjunge

 

Applications i use:

 

Samurize: I use samurise to display my text based to-do list, some music info, email, and HD space at all times on my desktop. My laptop battery level is displayed in the bottom right corner using samurize as well.

PSTray Factory: To change tray icons

BBLean Mod: Windows Shell (Mod of celadore by cosmo-krusty)

Wallpaper: Flora Nine by ~Delta909

 

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Taken on August 18, 2008