Screenshot Contest 2018Welcome to the 2018 Screenshot Contest!
Entering the contest is simple and the rules are straightforward...
Only one entry per user for the purpose of this contest.
You must create a new screenshot for this contest, any Screenshots made before the launch date won't be accepted.
We will be accepting submissions for Windows, Linux or Mac desktops.
Credits with info and a direct link to the Skin/Theme provider or Wallpaper/Image. Please try to be as detailed as possible.
Your Screenshot must be creative and show skills in customization.
As the Skins & Themes Community Volunteer, I reserve the right to decline any work with too poor quality, or that which doesn't meet the rules of the contest.
***Please include a link/thumb to this Journal in your submission description.***
RainWallpaper - a slightly biased review.RainWallpaper is just a wallpaper tool, nothing more, nothing less. You can select an animated wallpaper from the default list or take a wallpaper from the online gallery. It displays an animated wallpaper image on your system background, on the main monitor or the second.
So, on to two installations to test the product, first of all the bad review and then the much more positive review. I give you my reactions in the order I tested.
The installation was easy and simple though the download was quite large and took a while to complete. When installed it is easy to run and places a small RainWallpaper icon (a raindrop) in your systray for access to configuration options.
This was the point at which I started to worry - using the Wallpaper functionality on my base system (a quick enough 2.5ghz core2duo laptop with 4gb or RAM and a fast hybrid drive) it consumed 65-85% of system resources to place an animated background image with moving snow or steam or smoke... My immediate reactio