This is the Batman themed design for your clean desktop look, and it looks awesome! You will know how to make your Windows 10 look Awesome with this Rainmeter Customization Pack for Free! Using the Nexus docking application, your desktop will look much cleaner and become user friendly. Just watch the video tutorial above & make your windows 10 look better.


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What is Rainmeter?

Rainmeter is a lightweight desktop customization application for Windows. Rainmeter allows you to display customizable skins on your desktop. This includes information from hardware usage meters to fully functional audio visualizers. It is one of the best desktop customization programs available, allowing you to give your desktop into an attractive, customized look to turn your Desktop into a piece of art! Rainmeter also has a very unique coding language. It Allows Users are to create new skins, that can be shared to other users as well.


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Why Change The Look Of Your Desktop?

If you are like me and use your computer more than average users, you probably see that same old desktop over and over again. And that's what makes it look boring. In my case, I write articles for my blog (Yes, this blog!) and make videos for my YouTube Channel called Viral Hattrix. So doing that I noticed that my energy and motivation to work became less and less, because I was seeing same old desktop layout which bored me. That's when I decided to give my Desktop a New Look. And Believe me, that has increased my motivation and improved my workflow. So I guess you could try giving your Desktop a New Look and see if It helps you too!



Will These Themes Have any Impact on Performance?

If you are using your computer for low end work, such as using Microsoft Word or a similar program to write, or basically any task that does not require much processing power, you probably have a low end PC. In that case, I wouldn't recommend using these customization programs. However, If your computer can handle medium level tasks such as running Photoshop / Premiere Pro, or play some fairly new Games, you probably have a good PC. In other words, anything over 2 CPU Cores and 3 GB of RAM will run these programs without any performance impact. So if that's your case, you shouldn't worry about having performance loss. However, If you do feel like you are losing performance such as an FPS drop in a Game, You can simply close these programs while you play Games, or basically do any task that requires more power.


Will it lower the performance?

A lot of people have been talking about how it impacts the performance of your computer. But, in my experience, i don't think its much of a deal. If you have a good computer with 3GB or more of RAM and 256MB of Graphics Memory (VRAM), you are good to go! Even if you think its causing problems, you can easily close rainmeter from the Taskbar icon, and continue with your gaming (or work) to ensure best performance! That is in case you do feel like you are losing performance such as an FPS drop in a Game. Then you can simply close these programs while you play Games, or basically do any task that requires more power.



REQUIREMENTS
1. Rainmeter
2. 7-zip / WinRAR(or any other archive extraction program).


INSTRUCTIONS

Watch The Video For Full Instructions.

1. Install Rainmeter & Nexus Dock (Included).

2. Configure:

    a) Nexus Dock:
  • After installation is finished, click on "nexus" icon on desktop.
  • Go to "Advanced" Tab, and click "Restore" from the bottom.
  • Locate The Nexus Dock Config File (Included).

    b) Clock (Rainmeter):
  • After installation is finished, you will see widgets on the desktop.
  • Remove the widgets by Right-Click > Unlink. (Do this for all default widgets)
  • Install the Clock Rainmeter File (Included).
  • From the Desktop, Right-Click on the clock -> Manage.
  • On the window that appears next, click "Edit".
  • Delete all the text from the file that opens next.
  • Copy all text from the Clock Config File (Included) to the file that opened.
  • Save the file (CTRL + S).

3. By now, you should have the Icons Dock and Clock set up.

4. To add Icons on the Dock, Drag any Shortcut File to the Dock.

5. Clean Up:

    a) Hide Desktop Icons:
  • Right-Click On Desktop -> View -> Uncheck "Show Desktop Icons".
    b) Hide Taskbar:
  • Right-Click On Taskbar -> Taskbar Settings -> Check "Automatically hide the taskbar in desktop mode".
That's all!
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