To follow-up on Dreed's ancient desktop snapshot thread, we haven't had one of these in a while, and with a new OS out there since the last one...<br><br>Menu bar closeup:<br><br><br><br><br>Full desktop:<br><br><br><br>The Graphic Mac for your Mac and graphics news, tips and more.
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I don't use the desktop for anything more than a place to hold stuff before tossing or copying to another drive. I wish my office desktop worked the same way. I haven't seen the surface of that in years. That is where "stacks" work. <br>Since at least Tiger I turn off the hard drive appearing on the desktop and do all my drive and file access from a finder window, now, usually from a "find" window since I don't file anything anymore except images in one folder, files in another. Why bother when spotlight can find them so much faster?<br><br><br><br>All my lab computers use "solid" dark blue as a desktop. I think it was Cope who posted this sunset as an astronomy POD a while ago and it became the desktop pic on this laptop.<br><br>Does everyone know they cane rename "Macintosh HD" something a little more informative? I guess I share my hard drive across networks all the time so that is the first thing that gets changed the day I unpack. (I also cannot handle a space in a directory name.)<br><br><br><br>
rename "Macintosh HD" something a little more informative?<br><br>Guess you didn't see mine. <br><br> I tried the nothing on the destop look... but old habits die hard. <br><br>I still have to rustle up some HD icons and install a few more apps. Just installed Leopard on Saturday.<br><br>
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