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Desktop_9-27-10_Afternoon by Tsitra360 Desktop_9-27-10_Afternoon by Tsitra360
This is an iMac, not a Windows machine. Below I explain how I made this. This also showcases the potential of combining the customizability of both Windows and Mac combined.

The recent painting done by :iconxxgunderxx: just makes me want to theme my iMac around his painting. You can see it up there as a wallpaper, the original is right here [link]

I dare you to download this screenshot, then you would actually see how big my iMac is...unless you already have a screen 24" +.

Windows 7 Customization:
Program: Rainmeter (Free)
Rainmeter skin: Hero's ClockWeather [link]
Rainmeter skin: devWatch [link] Amazing skin, allows me to see newest art from artists such as :iconjazzthetiger::iconxxgunderxx::iconcynder-and-spyro-fan::iconflurious::iconsigma-the-dragon::iconhislilhalo1::iconrattlesnakedefender: I love it :D

Snow Leopard Customization (Mac OS)
SOG (free) Customized the Mac OS. I now has a black menu bar and other miscellaneous GUI enhancements.
Dateline (Free-$4.95) [link]
TunesArt (Free) [link]
CandyBar ($29.95) Customizes icons and dock, well worth the prize for its simplicity and stability :D
TotalFinder ($15.00) Allows tabbed finder windows and side to side window use. Awesome app! Worth the money! :D
SuperDocker (Free) Changes application stack color, log in screen, etc.
Google Chrome Browser using extension stylish to make DeviantArt Black!

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:iconimmortalfool:
ImmortalFool Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012
wait so i'm confused, how does one run rainmeter on a mac?
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:icontsitra360:
Tsitra360 Featured By Owner Oct 3, 2012
One runs rainmeter on windows, who in turns runs windows at the on mac, that is also running Mac OS X. Mac can run anything.
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mrhato Featured By Owner Nov 15, 2013
And what is the method you used to run Windows on your mac?
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AbsurdBunny Featured By Owner Oct 10, 2011  Student General Artist
How fast is your mac? I have a 10.5 snow leopard, do you think that can handle something like this? Or will it slow down, or possibly freeze my computer?
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Tsitra360 Featured By Owner Nov 8, 2011
Its pretty decent. As long as you don't run a lot of processor heavy programs you should be fine.
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Panmansotherlife Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2010
Hmm, don't know if it's worth it. Chrome runs slow enough on my computer already, adding that might make it impossible to use. Cool background though.
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Tsitra360 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2010
Chrome runs slow? Nonsense. See if there has been updates, they practically have one every month.

As running a black DA, doesn't make it any slower. It simply restates the styles that DA already uses. So the amount of power it takes to run normal DA, is no different to run black DA.
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:iconpanmansotherlife:
Panmansotherlife Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2010
Alright cool I guess I will add it. I always just seem to be able to browse faster with FireFox ;)
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:icontsitra360:
Tsitra360 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2010
Which is funny, because Chrome is 30% faster than Firefox. Definitely check for updates then.
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Panmansotherlife Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2010
Haha I will, I'm actually using Chrome right now, I usually just swap in between. If I'm doing a lot of things or running youtube/flash player I use FireFox, everything else is Chrome.
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