I talk about customizing a desktop, I'm talking about items obtained
from your own personal archives of letters, logos, photos, drawings,
poems, plaques, etc — objects that directly affect your mood
or your thinking because they impact your life in some way. If
you've removed the Window's Theme, for example, and replaced it with
a different Windows background/wallpaper, for my purpose here I'm
not considering that as being personalized. Also, we're not talking
about screen savers...just static desktops :) Please keep this in
mind as you think about your own personalized, custom desktop. Click
here to order now.
Now what exactly
does KTIA do when creating your desktop? To get sharp, crisp results,
I need to know two things about your monitor right off the bat:
Size: 14", 15", 17", 19", 21"
— or are you one of the lucky ones to have a 44" plasma screen?!
2.) Monitor Resolution: 800x600, 1024x768, 1152x864,
1280x720, 1280x768, 1280x960, 1280x1024, etc.
will have an area where you can include this info in the form you'll
fill out. Here's why it's important: Let's say you have a picture
from the web you want as your desktop. That in itself is fine, unless
you want it to fill the entire monitor screen. In that case it would
likely need to be stretched out, and this is a no-no of the highest
degree! Doing so would produce jaggies and blurriness that would make
your picture undiscernible. So what I would need to do then is to
create some kind of collage or grouping of photos and text that would
fill your screen. It gets kind of technical, and I know you don't
want to deal with geekspeak — you just want your desktop! Just leave
all that worry to me; it's what I do. And we'll have fun
in the process. Click the Order button just below if you're ready.