WenWM · Mar 31, 2010 at 11:11 am

Omnimo UI Quick Review

Many are seeing Windows Phones 7 Series as having the best UI of them all, and so a computer programmer has made a theme for it. The theme is built on Rainmeter (which is a great software) and it does a lot similar to the original WP7S system.

Build by fediafedia, Xyrfo, Varels42 and Taichou-Henk, the theme is a great look for any person looking for a new Tablet UI or a laptop redesign.

I have been using Rainmeter for about a while day and I am pretty impressed. It is a very simple, fast and customizable system. It loads fast, its works fast and now I have my rss feed, tweeter feed, and weather all in one place.

If you are looking to give your computer a new  look, and want something simple and free, this really would be your best choice.

Try out the details in the thread.


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