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Humor I shall make no bones about the fact that this request is purely filler material, but such threads have been a success in years past. Dear OSNews readers please furnish us with your wondrous and diverse desktop screenshots and machine specifications! Considering that I have used the same wallpaper and platform since 2006, there is no great insight that I can bring to the table. Also, whilst I'm here--OSNews Asks: How have mobile OSes changed your habits this year?
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RE: which one ???
by coreyography on Sat 1st Jan 2011 18:23 UTC in reply to "which one ???"
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Just curious...do you do any profiling of your monitor (or printer), and how?

I have a similar setup (Core i7, 12GB, NEC 26" wide-gamut display) running Arch Linux. So far, I'm doing most of my photographic post-processing in an XP VM, since my camera raw software (Nikon Capture NX2) only runs on Windows. I use digiKam/ufraw for simpler edits and JPEG conversion, since it can make use of the quad-core CPU, but the Nikon offering has more capabilities at the moment.

I've profiled the monitor by booting into Windows natively, but haven't tried checking it with the VM setup.

I'd post my desktop, but it's a pretty boring vanilla XFCE setup. Busy backgrounds tend to cause me eye fatigue after marathon computer sessions.

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