Wednesday, December 10, 2008
Customize Linux using Multiple Desktops
This is done through a little app called Pager. Pager sits on your tool bar and provides you the means to navigate to the different desktops.
GlobeTrotter 2000. His photos are up on Flickr. These are some of the best photos of city skylines and other global landmarks I ever seen. Absolutely worth a visit!
When it comes to customizing your desktop and giving it a unique look, there's no comparison to Windows! Linux wins hands down! and al the features are already built in and free! With Windows, in order to get even close to this kind of customization, the user has to purchase third party plug-ins. And these need to be run in the background using much- needed memory and other system resources.
Get a unique and customized desktop. Get Linux!