re: Can I see your desktop home screen VIEW POST

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You can easily imagine mine. It is a black screen with no icons.

I pretty much never see my desktop, so there's no need to waste any memory/compute resources to render pictures, or to put icons there which never get touched. I have very frequently used apps pinned to task bar (about 6 programs). Semi-frequently is pinned to the start menu. Less frequently than that, I just search. I didn't intentionally structure things this way, it just naturally settled into that.

When I was a PC tech, I would periodically reformat my computer and start over. So I learned not to get too invested in my computer setups.

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