Quote: Originally Posted by Ztruker
Why would you want a clock on the Desktop taking up space when the Taskbar has a time (and date when pointed to)?
Personally purely for function and decoration on two of my desktops. On my main PC I boot between 3 versions of Windows 7. Two are 64 bit. One is 32 bit for games and has aero enabled. Of the two 64 bit systems one has aero and is much the same as the 32 bit system but makes full use of my ram. The final system has the "Windows 2000" look (no aero) and I use that one for virtual machines of all kinds, editing music files and so on. Don't even have a desktop background as I don't waste resources on that system. On this machine I have 64 and 32 bit windows 7 as there is no 64 bit scanner driver
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