WARNING: I TAKE NO RESPONSIBILITY FOR ANY MODIFICATIONS YOU MAKE TO YOUR PRINTER. Following this tutorial involves disassembling and modifying your 3D printer, and should not be attempted if you are not comfortable with soldering. As with any time you modify or repair a piece of equipment, you run the…
The network bandwidth widget shows your network usage in a small, text based display. This widget is no longer supported.
This set of widgets each show different system activity levels, including processor activity, RAM usage, and wireless signal strength. This widget is no longer supported.
Longhorn Processor Graph shows your CPU activity on a nice looking graph. This widget is no longer supported.
Dual Processor Monitor shows the independent activity of dual processor, dual core, or hyperthreaded computers. Windows only. This widget is no longer supported.
CPU Graph shows you your processor usage and temperature on an easy to read graph. This widget is no longer supported.
Bandwidth Graph shows your network bandwidth usage in an easy to read graph. This widget is no longer supported.
The Homeland Security Widget polls the United States Department of Homeland Security Website to determine the current threat level. It then displays the likelyhood of your impending doom on your desktop as a helpful reminder of your mortality.
iTunes popup is a simple widget that appears on your screen whenever the song changes in iTunes. It shows the album art, the band, song title, and album for a few seconds, then gracefully disappears.
The Speedfan Temperature widget displays system information, such as temperatures, voltages, and fan speeds on your desktop in an aethetically pleasing format. The widget gets its information from Speedfan, a 3rd party program. Speedfan must be installed separately from the widget. The widget’s color scheme is customizable. Frequently Asked Questions…