Rabu, 08 Oktober 2014

Up In Lights

1. The 'C' folder contains the skin you see right about the text 'Up In Lights' in the preview image. I actually got the inspiration for this skin from the four bars you see when you turn on an Xbox or connect controllers to it. When you first load it, it actually does that animation the Xbox does when you connect a controller. It also opens to the C: folder in explorer when you click on it.

2. The set of circles in the middle is actually a clock. The inner ring of ticks is seconds, the middle ring is minutes, and the outer ring is hours.

3. The top right circle measures the temperature of your cores and actually requires CoreTemp to be running in the background to work properly. If your temp is below 39 Celsius, the bars are green. If it's between 40 and 50, the bars are yellow. If it's above 50, the bars are red. If you click on the middle, it brings up CoreTemp already minimized to run in the background. You can get CoreTemp here

4. The circle on the top left, measure CPU usage. Each bar represents a different core, and if their activity is below 20%, they look to be less opaque or even inactive, which is a neat effect. On update, their opacity changes to represent core usage. If they're all fully opaque, you better check how much CPU you're using, lol3

5. The bars in the middle of the clock are a separate skin that lights up differently based on your WiFi connectivity. If your Wifi connectivity is at 0%, all the bars are 'off'. If between 0% and 25%, the first bar is lit up. If 25% to 50%, the first and second bar are lit. If 50% to 75%, the first second and third bars are lit. If 75% or above, all the bars are lit!

6. The launchers surrounding the clock all have variants that are different colors (red, blue, yellow, and green).


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