The National Geographic Photography website is a a treasure trove of desktop wallpaper images. You can find here many eminent and high quality photographs, and most of these are available for download in wallpaper sizes. There are two different urls to explore downloadable wallpapers, one at
http://photography.nationalgeographic.com/photography/wallpapers and the other at
http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/photo-contest/2009-wallpaper The former has outstanding images, between 1280 and 1024 pixels. It also hosts Photo of the week, Photo of the day archive, and Photo of the
day (best of 2008, 2007), a gallery for each month. The latter offers only wallpaper downloads in its wallpaper section, the images with a better resolution, 1600 pixels and more. Use the dropdown on the top left to scroll through different galleries and pick your choice.
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UltraVNC is a powerful, easy to use application can display the screen of another computer (via internet or network) on your own screen. The program lets you use your mouse and keyboard to control the remote PC,
as if you were sitting in front of it, right from whereever your are. It can be used in myriad ways, would be quite useful to those who provide computer support - access your customer's computers from anywhere in the world and resolve helpdesk issues remotely! Key features: File transfer, Video driver, Optional Encryption Plugins, MS Logon, Text chat, Viewer Toolbar, Java Viewer with File Transfer, as well as Auto scaling and Server Side Scaling, Multiple-Monitors-
The 1822 KB Ultr@VNC v188.8.131.52 can be downloaded at
The 2001 KB 64 bit version can be downloaded at
Could you suggest a desktop weather monitor?
You may find the 1.1. MB WeatherMate v3.4 useful.
It provides instant access to current weather
conditions and forecasts for tens of thousands of
locations, worldwide. It can be downloaded at
QUOTE TO MULL OVER
Do not stop thinking of life as an adventure.
You have no security unless you can live bravely,
excitingly, imaginatively, unless you can choose
a challenge instead of a competence.