Simple Media Rainmeter Theme 1.1– Works with Latest Version of Rainmeter
The latest rainmeter skin is finally available. Sleek and elegant. Highly customizable and user friendly.
For all the info, see the included read me file. Remember to download the latest version of Rainmeter.
Keeping it simple for my first ever Rainmeter release. I’ve included many of the themes I’ve worked on into a single package. Mix & Match, change colors, fonts, sizes… modify to your heart’s content.
Hope you enjoy it!
Features of Simple Media Rainmeter Theme 1.1
- Minimal Clock Design
- CPU Usage and monitoring
- Connected Drives
- Weather and Date
- App Drawer (icons separate)
Additionally, you have all these features at your disposal for ease of use on your desktop. It works with most operating systems including Windows/MAC/Linux. This sleek and modern design is meant to impress your viewing experience of how you use your desktop. it’s not just a theme, it’s how you manage your computer with a great visual appearance. Using Rainmeter themes you can customize your desktop to any shape and size. You can keep multiple themes that you like and simply switch them when you are tired of the active skin.
Rainmeter is a desktop customization tool for Windows that allows you to modify the look and feel of your Windows desktop. Using Rainmeter you can modify the desktop so that it uses various themes, skins, and can add applets that float freely on the desktop.
Rainmeter’s first Initial release date was February 22, 2001, and is released under the GNU GPL V2 license. The Rainmeter project was originally founded by Kimmo ‘Rainy’ Pekkola.
CNET Gave Rainmeter a 4/5 star rating which was praised due to the software’s flexibility. wide variety of themes and “enthusiastic community”.
Softpedia gave Rainmeter a 4/5 star rating, citing its comprehensive tutorials and low system resource usage.
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