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Yesterday, 1:39 PM by Discussion: Fences
  1. Overview

  2. Considerations

  3. Install Fences

  4. Creating and Saving the Layout Template

  5. Applying the Layout Template

  6. Important Notes

  7. Advanced Topics


1. Overview

The purpose of this document is to detail the steps necessary to configure Fences as a template for repeated use on more than one Windows user on the same machine or network-wide.  These steps are usually applied to a base image that is replicated across the corporate PC infrastructure.

 

 

 

 

2. Considerations 

Fences does not create desktop icons as part of applying the layout.  The layout file only instructs Fences to create Fences and move icons into the Fences.  For creating default icons see, Creating Default Shortcuts or use your own GPO to have them exist natively.

When creating your template layout, try to use a resolution that is average for your target PC infrastructure.  It is important to use an average resolution because Fences will scale the layout up and down more accurately. 

Large changes in screen resolution can result in rounding issues (of the x and y coordinates) that can impact the fence automatic resize code.  Using an average resolution to create the layout will result in a small delta between the high and low resolutions; by doing this it improves accuracy when Fences calculates fence locations and sizes.  

All of the desktop icons required for the layout must be present.  Even if some of the icons may not appear on all machines, still include them in the layout.  If the icon target is not present, Fences will move the icon off of the desktop.

If you have a Fences Folder Portal within the layout, they will not work when the template is distributed.

 

 

 

 

3. Installing Fences

Download Fences from the link here: Download.  Install Fences as you normally would any program using the default values throughout the setup wizard.

 

 

 

 

4. Creating and Saving the Layout Template

Create Fences and place icons in the Fences to design a “template” layout

 

Once you are happy with your Fences layout, do the following steps to “save” the layout to an XML file. 

From the command prompt type the following commands: 

   32bit:

    cd "\ProgramFiles\Stardock\Fences"

   64bit:

    cd "\Program Files (x86)\Stardock\Fences"

   Fences.exe /oemlayout

The dialog shown below will display (your Fences will appear to go away when done; that is expected).   

Click on ‘File’, then “Load Layout from my current Fences settings” to pull in the current Fences layout that will be used to create the template.

 Your created Fences should reappear after loading.

 

Next, click on 'Save' and give the layout a name of your choosing.  When creating a layout name, note the name for use later in this document.  Also, make sure to use a name that does not have spaces or special characters.  Click 'OK' when successful.

 

Video of Creating and Saving the Layout Template: https://cdn.stardock.us/support/uploads/Fences_Layout_Acme001.mp4

 

 

 

 

Applying the Layout

Now that you have saved the layout, the following steps will instruct Fences to automatically apply it to all users on a PC’s where the layout exists (we will cover how this can be deployed network wide later). 

First, you must create two registry entries that will be used by Fences to find your XML layout file. 

Create the following two keys in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE(HKLM) section of the registry.(You must put these settings in HKLM, not the HKEY_CURRENT_USER section.) 

     HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Stardock\Fences,OEM,REG_SZ,"[YOURLAYOUTNAME]"

     HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Stardock\Fences,OEM-Theme,REG_SZ,"[YOURLAYOUTNAME]" 

Note: Do not include the .xml extension in the registry key data.  Simply use the file name without the extension.

 

Test the layout by creating a new user.  Log out and then back into the new user. Fences will automatically apply the layout to the new user.  If all the icons that were present on the default template are also on the new user's desktop (required), you should see the same Fences desktop layout:

 

 

Video of Appling the Layout: https://cdn.stardock.us/support/uploads/Fences_Layout_Acme002.mp4

 

 

 

Important Notes

Fences will not be created for items that are not on the desktop.  Said another way, if a Fence is empty, it is not created.  Furthermore, if an icon does not exist on another users Windows account, and the default template had only that icon in it, the Fence will not be created.

Fences will only apply the template layout ONCE.  If you need to “re-apply” the layout to an existing user, the following command can be issued: 

Fences 2

  32 bit and Fences 2

  "C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml"

  64 bit and Fences 2

  "C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml"

Fences 3

  32 bit and Fences 3

  "C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences3\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences3\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml"

  64 bit and Fences 3

  "C:\Program Files (x86)\Stardock\Fences3\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences3\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml"


The Fences layout XML does not instruct Fences to create desktop shortcuts (see Creating Default Shotrcuts).  The layout file only instructs Fences to create Fences and move shortcuts from the desktop into a Fence. 

Fences has debug output that explains why an icon was or was not moved into a particular Fence.To see the debug output to diagnose why a shortcut does not get "Fenced" do the following: 

    Start / run / regedit.exe. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Stardock

Then right click on the folder in the left-pane there. From the menu, New, String Value. Call it Debug. Double-click on the new entry in the right-hand pane and set the Value data to 1. Run dbgview (you can download it from here) http://live.sysinternals.com/Dbgview.exe. This utility will allow you to capture the debug output for analysis. 

If you want to ensure that all shortcuts are put into a Fence, but may have additional applications installed after you create your layout, use a “Default Fence” to capture the remaining shortcuts.Configure the “default Fence” by right clicking on a Fence in your layout and click on Organize, “Place all icons in this Fence by default“.  Do this before you save your layout file.

 

 

 

 

Advanced Topics 

Creating Default Shortcuts

In order to instruct Fences to create shortcuts on the desktop when run for the first time, additional XML must be created.  Please note, this is an advanced topic and should be avoided if possible. 

As an alternative to using the default shortcut XML, shortcuts can be created manually and placed in the shared “Public” desktop.  The down side of using the “Public” desktop is that if one user deletes a shortcut, it is deleted for all users.  As a result, Microsoft restricted the public desktop folder (c:\users\public\desktop) so that non-Administrators cannot change the contents. 

To create the XML follow these steps. 

Create the following folder where the XML will be located 

    %programdata%\Stardock\Fences\OEM\DefaultXML\xx_xx 

Save each file as a different name in this folder.  The files can have any names as long as there are no collisions in the folder.  See below for “calculator.xml” as an example. 

Open Notepad.exe and paste the following XML into the document. Make sure the file is saved as UTF-8 using notepad or another file editor. 

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

        <IconDefinition>

         <Title>Calculator</Title>

         <Image />

         <GUID>{DD9A4B02-C01B-11DF-BC80-D081DFD72085}</GUID>

         <Tooltip></Tooltip>

         <ActionType>exe</ActionType>

         <ActionParams>%windir%\system32\calc.exe</ActionParams>

       </IconDefinition> 

Note: Each file must have a unique ID.  You can generate a unique GUID for each shortcut here: http://www.somacon.com/p113.php
 

The GUID must also be added to the layout XML using a file editor.  Open the layout

XML using notepad or another file editor and insert the GUID like this example: 

    <Shortcut>

      <OriginalTitle>Calculator</OriginalTitle>

      <Path>%windir%\system32\calc.exe</Path>

      <Arguments />

      <GUID>DD9A4B02-C01B-11DF-BC80-D081DFD72085</GUID>

  </Shortcut> 

Once you have all of your default shortcut XML files complete, create a new user to test the file.Log out and back in as the new user.  Fences should create a desktop shortcut for each default shortcut XML file. 

Note: Fences only creates the icons for a new user at first login.  To reapply the default shortcut XML files, issue this command from a command prompt.  This command is useful for testing XML files as you create them. 

    "C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences Pro\Fences.exe" /loaddefaulticons 

Shortcut targets can be in either %programfiles% or %programfiles(x86)% and Fences will find them in either location. 

 

 

 

Network-wide Deployments

When considering your deployment, you will have to choose what users will get the layout (if not all) you created and that they (must) have the icons on the desktop for it to be applied properly.  Once known, those users will need the proper registry settings and the layout in the proper place on their PC:

C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml

Also, the layout will only be applied once (the first run).  This will enable users to configure Fences as they see fit after the initial run.  If you want it applied every time, you will need to run a script to apply the layout each time the user logs in:

32bit:
"C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml

64bit:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Stardock\Fences\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml
 

 

**** If this does not resolve the issue, please contact support: Submit a ticket ****

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Yesterday, 1:39 PM by Discussion: Fences
  1. Overview

  2. Considerations

  3. Install Fences

  4. Creating and Saving the Layout Template

  5. Applying the Layout Template

  6. Important Notes

  7. Advanced Topics


1. Overview

The purpose of this document is to detail the steps necessary to configure Fences as a template for repeated use on more than one Windows user on the same machine or network-wide.  These steps are usually applied to a base image that is replicated across the corporate PC infrastructure.

 

 

 

 

2. Considerations 

Fences does not create desktop icons as part of applying the layout.  The layout file only instructs Fences to create Fences and move icons into the Fences.  For creating default icons see, Creating Default Shortcuts or use your own GPO to have them exist natively.

When creating your template layout, try to use a resolution that is average for your target PC infrastructure.  It is important to use an average resolution because Fences will scale the layout up and down more accurately. 

Large changes in screen resolution can result in rounding issues (of the x and y coordinates) that can impact the fence automatic resize code.  Using an average resolution to create the layout will result in a small delta between the high and low resolutions; by doing this it improves accuracy when Fences calculates fence locations and sizes.  

All of the desktop icons required for the layout must be present.  Even if some of the icons may not appear on all machines, still include them in the layout.  If the icon target is not present, Fences will move the icon off of the desktop.

If you have a Fences Folder Portal within the layout, they will not work when the template is distributed.

 

 

 

 

3. Installing Fences

Download Fences from the link here: Download.  Install Fences as you normally would any program using the default values throughout the setup wizard.

 

 

 

 

4. Creating and Saving the Layout Template

Create Fences and place icons in the Fences to design a “template” layout

 

Once you are happy with your Fences layout, do the following steps to “save” the layout to an XML file. 

From the command prompt type the following commands: 

   32bit:

    cd "\ProgramFiles\Stardock\Fences"

   64bit:

    cd "\Program Files (x86)\Stardock\Fences"

   Fences.exe /oemlayout

The dialog shown below will display (your Fences will appear to go away when done; that is expected).   

Click on ‘File’, then “Load Layout from my current Fences settings” to pull in the current Fences layout that will be used to create the template.

 Your created Fences should reappear after loading.

 

Next, click on 'Save' and give the layout a name of your choosing.  When creating a layout name, note the name for use later in this document.  Also, make sure to use a name that does not have spaces or special characters.  Click 'OK' when successful.

 

Video of Creating and Saving the Layout Template: https://cdn.stardock.us/support/uploads/Fences_Layout_Acme001.mp4

 

 

 

 

Applying the Layout

Now that you have saved the layout, the following steps will instruct Fences to automatically apply it to all users on a PC’s where the layout exists (we will cover how this can be deployed network wide later). 

First, you must create two registry entries that will be used by Fences to find your XML layout file. 

Create the following two keys in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE(HKLM) section of the registry.(You must put these settings in HKLM, not the HKEY_CURRENT_USER section.) 

     HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Stardock\Fences,OEM,REG_SZ,"[YOURLAYOUTNAME]"

     HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Stardock\Fences,OEM-Theme,REG_SZ,"[YOURLAYOUTNAME]" 

Note: Do not include the .xml extension in the registry key data.  Simply use the file name without the extension.

 

Test the layout by creating a new user.  Log out and then back into the new user. Fences will automatically apply the layout to the new user.  If all the icons that were present on the default template are also on the new user's desktop (required), you should see the same Fences desktop layout:

 

 

Video of Appling the Layout: https://cdn.stardock.us/support/uploads/Fences_Layout_Acme002.mp4

 

 

 

Important Notes

Fences will not be created for items that are not on the desktop.  Said another way, if a Fence is empty, it is not created.  Furthermore, if an icon does not exist on another users Windows account, and the default template had only that icon in it, the Fence will not be created.

Fences will only apply the template layout ONCE.  If you need to “re-apply” the layout to an existing user, the following command can be issued: 

Fences 2

  32 bit and Fences 2

  "C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml"

  64 bit and Fences 2

  "C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml"

Fences 3

  32 bit and Fences 3

  "C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences3\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences3\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml"

  64 bit and Fences 3

  "C:\Program Files (x86)\Stardock\Fences3\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences3\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml"


The Fences layout XML does not instruct Fences to create desktop shortcuts (see Creating Default Shotrcuts).  The layout file only instructs Fences to create Fences and move shortcuts from the desktop into a Fence. 

Fences has debug output that explains why an icon was or was not moved into a particular Fence.To see the debug output to diagnose why a shortcut does not get "Fenced" do the following: 

    Start / run / regedit.exe. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Stardock

Then right click on the folder in the left-pane there. From the menu, New, String Value. Call it Debug. Double-click on the new entry in the right-hand pane and set the Value data to 1. Run dbgview (you can download it from here) http://live.sysinternals.com/Dbgview.exe. This utility will allow you to capture the debug output for analysis. 

If you want to ensure that all shortcuts are put into a Fence, but may have additional applications installed after you create your layout, use a “Default Fence” to capture the remaining shortcuts.Configure the “default Fence” by right clicking on a Fence in your layout and click on Organize, “Place all icons in this Fence by default“.  Do this before you save your layout file.

 

 

 

 

Advanced Topics 

Creating Default Shortcuts

In order to instruct Fences to create shortcuts on the desktop when run for the first time, additional XML must be created.  Please note, this is an advanced topic and should be avoided if possible. 

As an alternative to using the default shortcut XML, shortcuts can be created manually and placed in the shared “Public” desktop.  The down side of using the “Public” desktop is that if one user deletes a shortcut, it is deleted for all users.  As a result, Microsoft restricted the public desktop folder (c:\users\public\desktop) so that non-Administrators cannot change the contents. 

To create the XML follow these steps. 

Create the following folder where the XML will be located 

    %programdata%\Stardock\Fences\OEM\DefaultXML\xx_xx 

Save each file as a different name in this folder.  The files can have any names as long as there are no collisions in the folder.  See below for “calculator.xml” as an example. 

Open Notepad.exe and paste the following XML into the document. Make sure the file is saved as UTF-8 using notepad or another file editor. 

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

        <IconDefinition>

         <Title>Calculator</Title>

         <Image />

         <GUID>{DD9A4B02-C01B-11DF-BC80-D081DFD72085}</GUID>

         <Tooltip></Tooltip>

         <ActionType>exe</ActionType>

         <ActionParams>%windir%\system32\calc.exe</ActionParams>

       </IconDefinition> 

Note: Each file must have a unique ID.  You can generate a unique GUID for each shortcut here: http://www.somacon.com/p113.php
 

The GUID must also be added to the layout XML using a file editor.  Open the layout

XML using notepad or another file editor and insert the GUID like this example: 

    <Shortcut>

      <OriginalTitle>Calculator</OriginalTitle>

      <Path>%windir%\system32\calc.exe</Path>

      <Arguments />

      <GUID>DD9A4B02-C01B-11DF-BC80-D081DFD72085</GUID>

  </Shortcut> 

Once you have all of your default shortcut XML files complete, create a new user to test the file.Log out and back in as the new user.  Fences should create a desktop shortcut for each default shortcut XML file. 

Note: Fences only creates the icons for a new user at first login.  To reapply the default shortcut XML files, issue this command from a command prompt.  This command is useful for testing XML files as you create them. 

    "C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences Pro\Fences.exe" /loaddefaulticons 

Shortcut targets can be in either %programfiles% or %programfiles(x86)% and Fences will find them in either location. 

 

 

 

Network-wide Deployments

When considering your deployment, you will have to choose what users will get the layout (if not all) you created and that they (must) have the icons on the desktop for it to be applied properly.  Once known, those users will need the proper registry settings and the layout in the proper place on their PC:

C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml

Also, the layout will only be applied once (the first run).  This will enable users to configure Fences as they see fit after the initial run.  If you want it applied every time, you will need to run a script to apply the layout each time the user logs in:

32bit:
"C:\Program Files\Stardock\Fences\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml

64bit:
"C:\Program Files (x86)\Stardock\Fences\Fences.exe" /applylayout "C:\ProgramData\Stardock\Fences\OEM\Layouts\YourTemplateName.xml
 

 

**** If this does not resolve the issue, please contact support: Submit a ticket ****

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Can you believe it's December already? I'm excited as the weather is getting cooler here and we're officially in Christmas season! But before we get ahead of ourselves, let's look back at the highlights of November.

Here's a wrap-up of some new, articles, forum posts, and skins you might have missed!


Community Posts You Might Have Missed:

Getting an Early Start on a Christmas Themed Desktop!

Inexplicable Monolith Discovered in Utah's Red Rock Country

For Workflow Efficiency, Look no Further than Groupy

Fences: Making Desktop Customization Work for YOU

Revisiting a Christmas Skinning Classic....ChristmasTime


New and Updated Skins, Themes, and Wallpapers:

MODEL 6IX (CursorFX)

atomic CHARGE (CursorFX)

Windows 11 Light (Curtains)

Relaxing Night (DeskScapes)

River bend_4K (Wallpaper)

Snowman in Winter Ice (Wallpaper)

ENvisionPRO (WindowBlinds)

Techie (WindowBlinds)

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I was searching through WinCustomize looking at some Christmas skins and I came across what I think is one of the most classic skins of Christmas. That of course would be ChristmasTime by mormegil!

The WindowBlinds skin was first released way back in 2003 for the Stardock 2003 Christmas Suite.  At that time, WindowBlinds 4 was the latest version and it was later updated to support WindowBlinds 5 which brought support for per-pixel alpha blending, toolbar button changing, progress animation improvements, animated per-pixel Start menus, title bars, and much more.

I used this skin for many holidays years after it was released and is one of my top five favorites of all time. It was hugely popular back then and was the base for many desktops around that time. In addition to the WindowBlinds skin, Paul (mormegil) came out with a lite and full icon pack that was just as amazing. As of today, the WB skin alone has over 400,000 downloads!

Download here:

WindowBlinds

IconPackage

Wallpaper

Members of the community (with permission) also created some matching themes. 

CursorFX by Keila

Calendar by _Martin_

Snowflakes by _Martin_

Since we're revisiting this skin, I installed the skins on my Windows 10 PC to see how they work many years after they were released. So how do they look? Well not too bad for such old skins.

For the WB skin the most obvious issue is the taskbar, but that is to be expected with all the changes since Windows XP. Icons applied simply fine and worked. The CursorFX theme also worked with no issues that I noticed. Even though there are some minor issues, this still brings back great skinning memories and I think I'll keep it around for a while.


Do you remember the Christmas Time suite? Let us know in the comments below! 

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Happy Thanksgiving! If you partake in Thanksgiving what's your favorite way to cook the turkey?

Roasted, fried, smoked?

Let us know your cooking plans and have a safe and wonderful day!

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For many of us, Thanksgiving is this week, so we wanted to send out a Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and a big thanks to our community. No holiday needed, just wanted to say we appreciate you! Although it's a weird time in the world, we do hope you have a nice holiday. Let us know if you have any holiday plans, or if you just have a nice weekend lined up.

Let us know in the comments below!

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Pick your sounds!

Nov 23, 2020 6:53 PM by Discussion: OS Customization

Is there really anyone here who isn't tired of the sounds when using Windows? 

In comes SoundPackager. I always relate SoundPackager to IconPackager simply because both use "packages" to change their respective items. One of the best things about SoundPackager is that not only does it change a bunch of system sounds at once, it also allows you fine tune the sounds and easily add or delete specific sounds if you wish.

Now that you have heard all that good stuff, let's go through using SoundPackager.

Interface
SoundPackager has an exceptionally clean and easy to use interface. On the left side of the window, you have the navigation for SoundPackager.  The Welcome screen gives you a brief introduction and gives info such as the current version number.


Installing and Changing Sounds 
The Sound Packs screen shows you which icon packs you have installed.  

If you want to install a new sound pack that you downloaded from WinCustomize, just double-click the .soundpack file and it will install into SoundPackager.   

When you select an individual sound pack you have a few details you can use such as the author information and description. You will also have an apply button, edit button, and a play button where you can sample the sound pack.

To change your system sounds, either double-click the package you want to apply or select the sound package and hit the "Apply sound pack" and your new sounds will be applied and ready to use!

More Sounds
You know how to change your sounds, but what's the point if you can't find more sound packs, right?  Well, no problem there, as WinCustomize has an entire library dedicated to sound packs for SoundPackager. You can quickly get to the gallery by clicking the "Get More Packages" button in the "More Packages" section in SoundPackager.

Better yet, SoundPackager has built-in integration with WinCustomize so you can browse and download the latest sound packs right from SoundPackager! Just select the Online tab and see all the latest packs.


Edit Sounds

SoundPackager makes it easy to edit and create new sound packages. You can even share these with other users to enjoy as well!

The edit screen allows you to view the available sounds in Windows and other sound packs. You can then change those sounds to your own files and save that sound pack to use in SoundPackager.


So, there you go! A straightforward way to change your Windows sounds with creative and cool sound packs that will add another level to your desktop customization experience.

Don't have SoundPackager yet? Get it here. You can also purchase a low-cost membership to Object Desktop to get SoundPackager, plus a bunch of other fantastic productivity and customization apps for your PC.

 

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Happy Friday! I was sitting here trying to straighten up my work area before the work week ends and thought maybe that should be the part of the topic for this week's question.

I have my main desktop PC which I mostly use for gaming and design work. My Dell XPS laptop is really just dedicated for work stuff, and I also have an iPad on my desk for casual web browsing and keeping up with emails. 

We have a desktop workstation thread here on the forums, and we've seen some really cool setups there, but we wanted to ask how do you have your PC and work area setup.

Do you have a desktop PC, or are you more mobile with a laptop? Or do you go for it all and have several? :)

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Christmas is one of the top skinning holidays on WinCustomize. We have a bunch of Christmas and winter holiday themes for a complete holiday transformation of your desktop. WindowBlinds skin, cursors, wallpaper, animated wallpapers.... you can usually find it with a quick search. We'll also be featuring more holiday themes to make it easy, and today we'll start the season with a few of our favorites.

If you have a favorite holiday or winter theme, let us know in the comments!


Christmas Holidays V.2 (WindowBlinds)

 

Santa Claus (CursorFX)

 

Christmas Ornament Countdown (Desktop Gadget)

 

Christmas Stars (DeskScapes)

 

Snowman in Winter Ice

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I've been updating some of my countdown gadgets for Christmas, and I always had a lot of fun making them. They seem to work just fine on Windows 10 and I still see people using them and other gadgets like my Christmas lights when screenshots are posted around the holiday season.

So that brings us to weeks question. Do you still use desktop gadgets, and if so, do you have any favorites?

Share them in the comments below. :)

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