Post Your Desktop!

Donni11

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Cool desktop I like the Ludum dare background,  this is mine :
It's not much though.
Peace

Donni11

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I'm proud of this one  :o ...
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choppedupmonkey

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haha, heres mine. since I mostly work on my games during the school day on school computers.
My name is Jason, I live in America, and I am 18 years old

"Focus more on the product than profit, for the profit will come after the product." -Me

Derek

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Here's another cutesy desktop image. This time, it's from the 1980s anime version of an anime/manga series from the 1960s.
Don't be a critic on the internet while eating and drinking at your computer.

YodamanJer

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Here is my desktop, currently running Linux Mint 17.2 which I actually just installed today. I am loving it so far, very reminiscent of Mac OS X and Stencyl seems to work flawlessly!

Can't think of a more fitting background, since the whole point I switched to Linux was because of the anti-privacy Windows 10.  :P

-Yodaman Jer

Donni11

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Sorry to get off topic , but what anti-privacy Windows 10 ?
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letmethink

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Windows 10 = a way for Microsoft to monetise off your privacy. (That's why it's really free)

So says the pessimists.
~Letmethink

Donni11

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What is information is microsoft collecting ?
Peace

YodamanJer

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Sorry to get off topic , but what anti-privacy Windows 10 ?

Windows 10 just has a lot of potentially vulnerable "Features".

One is called Telemetry mode, which you cannot disable, and collects internal data on the apps you use, how they perform on Win10, and anything else they deem relevant. All to "improve" the user experience. :P

There's also automatic updates which you cannot disable at all, which I hate because I want to be in control of my system and be able to decide if I want to install the latest updates, since I had such a bad experience with an automatic update a few years ago on Windows 7. It bricked my system and I had to do a reinstall. Another one previously had disabled my ability to create new folders anywhere on the system, which was annoying but thankfully fairly easy to fix.

Plus, back to privacy, Windows 10 requires a Microsoft account for almost everything, which is just flat-out annoying. :P
-Yodaman Jer

Mineat

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Sadly, while the facts and rumors about windows 10 flow from tears and mouths, here is my desktop. I'm kind of all over it for hardware and software testing(making 8.1 drivers and software work on it). I currently run it on an AMD laptop worth letting all kinds of companies know about supporting, with half the max memory it can hold and Xbox system requirements.


ajimundi

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When you have a 4-years old son....  :D
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