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Hi FG members :)



I'm sharing my desktop with you guys, it's kind of exciting :guitarist







if you like the background, you can save it :o





it's your turn, share yours
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That is really nice, way to go!:guitarist
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Odie;1356373 wrote: That is really nice, way to go!:guitarist


Thanks Odie :-4 , and don't forget to share yours





SnoozeAgain;1356375 wrote:




that's cool back ground snoozeagain :D the little kitty is so cute :driving:

thanks for sharing
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Ahso!;1356381 wrote:





WOW ! nice background you got there, I used to be an Ubuntu user but now I'm back to Windows 7 :-6.. sometimes I use linux cause I have two operation systems on my laptop..

thanks for sharing Ahso
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Mine..

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We're all different, by the look of it.

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Wow spot, what a fireball you are.
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SnoozeAgain;1356409 wrote: Wow spot, what a fireball you are.


If you're implying I lag behind the times, all I can say is that ICQ is still a perfectly functional protocol. And much used in the ex-Soviet Union. "Find me on ICQ:390123211, Comrade", as they say.

You might give me credit for running a 72GB hard drive, I paid good money for that. Well... okay, I got it from a binned computer, but even so. That's like massive, bro.
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Mine? Try :-

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CARLA;1356404 wrote: Mine..


hey Carla :D cool desktop with all your stuff around :p



spot;1356406 wrote: We're all different, by the look of it.


Looks like you're using Fedora, right?

also, do you use any programing language?

thanks for sharing spot :driving:





Bryn Mawr;1356411 wrote: Mine? Try :-


hahahaah :yh_rotfl, nice try



I noticed that 60% of you're using windows (3 out of 5) and the rest are using Ubuntu which is interesting fact :thinking:
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M.A.S;1356415 wrote: Looks like you're using Fedora, right?Slackware. Which just issued Release Candidate 3 so in a week or so I'll have an upgrade. I'm not sure I can distinguish a distribution just from the GUI but what I see on my screen is a windows manager called xfce. I use that because it doesn't insist on doing very much.

"Do you use any programing language"? I'm coding in php and Javascript at the moment. I made my living at it for a few years. There's several programmers on FG, some rustier than others.
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spot;1356419 wrote: Slackware. Which just issued Release Candidate 3 so in a week or so I'll have an upgrade. I'm not sure I can distinguish a distribution just from the GUI but what I see on my screen is a windows manager called xfce. I use that because it doesn't insist on doing very much.

"Do you use any programing language"? I'm coding in php and Javascript at the moment. I made my living at it for a few years. There's several programmers on FG, some rustier than others.


that's interesting :-2 , you know, these programs rocks and have a lot of application in Engineering and management stuff.

I used to code in Fortran and little C++.. I made a project in Fortran which is simple data-base that can be used in a university registrar office.

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M.A.S;1356420 wrote: that's interesting :-2 , you know, these programs rocks and have a lot of application in Engineering and management stuff.

I used to code in Fortran and little C++.. I made a project in Fortran which is simple data-base that can be used in a university registrar office.

thanks :guitarist


Second language I learnt was Fortran II - useful for it speciality and it helped to bring out structure after the machine code I was used to (Simple on a Stantec Zebra) but I never found much to use it on in a real world sense - always had a more appropriate language to use.
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I cant post mine here.. Too bad. :(
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I don't use my desktop that often I use my iPhone the most lol second to that is my iPad then my craptop with Ubuntu my mac mini (with snow leopard) and my craptop with 7 (what it was shipped with) and yes I have enough computers that they are named lol

My craptop-Ubuntu has a wallpaper that I made with art rage (can find if you like?) the mini has an apple "think different" wallpaper the Ubuntu looks as much like mac as I could get it (much like 7 and vista did and lol xp does) yea I love mac lol I don't recall my 7 wallpaper ATM tho the iPhone has a splattery apple background lol the lock screen that's a rip Steve (it just works I think) one



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I seem to have added the day and year to my display clock but apart from that mine's not changed. The wallpaper, not that you can see it in the snapshot, is the same bluey-green mix. Snooze will no doubt mock some more, the brute.

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Biyu;1386353 wrote: I don't use my desktop that often I use my iPhone the most lol second to that is my iPad then my craptop with Ubuntu my mac mini (with snow leopard) and my craptop with 7 (what it was shipped with) and yes I have enough computers that they are named lol


Presumably you use the iPhone when you're away from your desk. I'd find fewer screen pixels a distraction. I can't focus closer than around 15 inches either, so a laptop screen suits my eyes - I'm not going to start down the slippery slope of reading glasses.
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Here's mine! I change the wallpaper weekly ... maybe it's a girl thing. These two sites are where I get them from and I love the variety!

Computer wallpapers / wallbase.cc

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You can see the current one on my screen is the featured wallpaper on the Blue Mountain site.
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Well, here is mine. Simple. and yes, that pic is one I took.

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Great photo! Where was it taken?
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tabby;1386505 wrote: Great photo! Where was it taken?


LarsMac has a pond feature in his back garden into which he occasionally pours milk for dramatic effect.
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tabby;1386505 wrote: Great photo! Where was it taken?


Cliffs near the Point Reyes Lighthouse.
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