Decorating the Desktop
SuperKaramba is always a pretty sight,with a collection of themes that
allow users to give their desktops that personal touch.
The SuperKaramba desktop extension
really livens up your desktop.
SuperKaramba is useful for a wide
range of tasks, such as displaying processor
load or memory usage information,
logfiles, or newsfeeds, Superkaramba
gives you a tidy and flexible approach to
setting up your desktop.
Flexibility is one of SuperKaramba’s
biggest benefits. With just a few lines of
script you can quickly modify the program
to reflect your needs. This
flexibility means that there is no such
thing as a default Superkaramba configuration.
But read on to learn more about a
colorful assortment of preconfigured
examples (also know as themes) that
range from extremely useful to just
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