Desktop Themes

I got tagged by Jay over at Munny4Hunny. He wants me to show the world my desktop. I'm not sure I'm comfortable with that. It's pretty messy most of the time and I don't want to portray myself as a complete slob to the entire world!

So I'm including a photo of my current computer screen background instead. I'd take a snap shot of the screen with the icons on it and everything, but I don't know how to do that. I change my computer screen background every week or two. If I see a cool picture online, I'll put it up until I see another cool picture. Here's my computer screen background this week:

Just another picture I stumbled on that I thought was cool!

So I'm tagging these folks and hope they too will share their computer screen background-er-desktop:


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1 comment:

jay said...

Hey Rob, just noticed you responded to the tag - thanks...
For taking a screen-shot of anything at all just press SHIFT/PrtSc (Print screen) this will place the entire screen on your clipboard. Load up your favourite graphics software and simply paste it onto a blank page (CTRL V)... you can also paste into Word etc... I am wary of displaying info that might be sensitive, so I would trim off anything I didn't want people to see (filenames etc...) and I think I made it hard to see what software I had on my desktop in case known loopholes in a specific application could lay me open to a security breach...

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