Archive for August 11, 2010


How to: Change the folder icon color in Windows


Tired of having all your folders looking the same? Using some simple tools, you can colorize any folder in any version of Windows. It’s the ideal way to organize messy folders by making some looking differently from the others.

Rainbow Folders is an pretty old application, but it still works on both Vista and Windows 7. This third party application allows you to change the color of any folder to virtually any color imaginable. Change color by selecting the Hue and saturation. There are 3 icon styles available, the classical(Pre-Windows XP), the Windows XP style and the Vista/Win7 style. More >

Rainmeter skins: Minimalist Themes


Many themes degisned for ranimeter usually take a lot of desktop real-estate. Some people may like this eye candy, while others only prefer to keep it simple and mini. If you are a fan of minimalism and prefer that your computer only contain the features you need without any bloat, most themes probably won’t suit your needs. This list includes recent and “complete” themes for Rainmeter. You might want to use these skins in conjunction with a Windows 7 minimalist skin, too!

UPDATE- Here’s our newer article about great Weather skins for Rainmeter, bit of an follow-up to this post! Check out the More >

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