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This was somewhere last year I think, before I could afford an ibook. Sure, it took up a lot of resources, but it looked good.
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Thats awesome...
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That must have been a lot of work! Museum quality!
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hehe, wow. That's pretty hard core if you ask me. I would've never put the time in to do that to my pc. And now that I have a mac, there is even less chance in it. Looks good though, for sure.
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Really good work on that desktop. I remember I used to do that when I was on Windows 98. WindowBlinds was my preferred softtware. But now I own a mac
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Looks can be decieving

I kinda done that to mine.. but I'd 100% rather have the real thing
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well i have a Pc and once it looked like that.... took... errrrr 1 minute to change it onto Mac style... THAN stylexp........ you own me!
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Use Windows FX to get the shadows on the windows.

And besides.. we all know looks can be deceiving.. It's the core that counts. =)
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wow, that looks really nice.
what programs do you use?
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I have my enlightenment desktop looks similar to that on my Linux desktop... looks good..
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iBook G3 (2001) 500MHz 384 RAM 9.2.2 / 10.2.8
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No one cares. You run ME on that thing, of course you got a BSOD.
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How do you know that he was running ME?
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I never knew 9x worked with 1GB memory.. but it does and I'm alright with it because its like 20 times smaller than xpee

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How do you know that he was running ME?
Cause it's the most likely, since xpee dispenced the BSOD and replaced it with auto reboot :p
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