They are awesome looking, but you'd need a lot of power in you rmachine to run them comfortably every day I think.
I'm personally not that bothered about the desktop look. I've tried various customisations including using software such as Windows Blinds, but there must be added value for me to stick to these and I often go back to something I'm more comfortable with.
Thanks for the link Arty, these are some fantastic desktops. I am sure you will be able to search what you need on the Internet. Think I will study these, as would like to be more creative with my desktop. Looks as though Windows Vista has more options than XP. I know Mac Laptops and Computers have really nice and very flexible desktops.
To begin with, you must have some powerful stuff in your machine. Good ram, good graphics processor, good processor itself. You need to crack the msstyles theme file. Then download a couple of programs, delete some stuff and have your system destroyed. You better need to know what your doing, so you don't majorly mess up your system.
WindowsBlinds is the safest way to do it. If you don't like the free ones and don't want to pay, just uninstall it and re-apply whatever theme you had before it (it sets to the theme to Windows Classic after uninstalling).
actually window provide a good customization for us
so it is good for us to use as it is given
but using tune up software we can maintain the desktop..[/i]
it looks good... this is a third party software, you can download those software and install. but i am sure it will eat all of your RAM. once you can install and show your friends... thats it. you cannot keep those all load with your PC....