Brian Tkatch wrote:My Windows box has a black background with no icons, just the bar on bottom (of one monitor). I only place icons on my desktop when i want to annoy myself enough to do something about it.
Ahmed Bin S wrote:Well I was about to say that is the most boring desktop I have seen in my entire life
Ahmed Bin S wrote:http://www.tate.org.uk/art/research-publications/the-sublime/philip-shaw-kasimir-malevichs-black-square-r1141459
Paul Clapham wrote:My desktop has this picture as its background: Eyjafjallajokull volcano with lightning.
Bear Bibeault wrote:I guess whatever the OS X default is ... I'm not sure, I never see it. There are always enough windows open that the desktop never peeks through.
Paul Clapham wrote:My desktop has this picture as its background: Eyjafjallajokull volcano with lightning. It has shortcuts for various applications down the lefthand side, but I almost never use those shortcuts because most of the applications I regularly use are on the Windows task bar (which also goes down the lefthand side, rather than across the bottom).
Brian Tkatch wrote:And, just like my gmail inbox, it's kept empty unless i need to annoy or remind myself about something.
Stephan van Hulst wrote: The wallpaper is something I found around 10 years ago; I've always kept it.
Winston Gutkowski wrote:At home, I have to admit, I often have a tasteful scantily-clad lady - usually Japanese
Bear Bibeault wrote:There are always enough windows open that the desktop never peeks through.
Ahmed Bin S wrote:Same wallpaper for 10 years?!
Jan de Boer wrote:I have a picture of a waterfall as my desk background. It is my silent protest against the scrum implementation of my company. Luckily my desktop is that full of icons my manager does not get it.
Brian Tkatch wrote:And the icons cover the burning bridge?