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Shy Sakaki spies the dreaded kitty cat in this graphic desktop picture from the anime series Azumanga Daioh.
A call goes out to Earth’s greatest heroes in this desktop picture based on characers from TV’s Justice League.
From the anime series Azumanga, this bunny desktop picture is perfect for Easter, or at any time of the year.
Save the picture to either your iPhoto library (Mac) or your My Pictures folder (PC), sync via iTunes and set the wallpaper.
There are several easy steps you can take to make use of the desktop pictures or wallpapers, at the Iconfactory.
The Mac Finder has an unfortunate tendency to cache icons instead of updating them as it is supposed to.
iPulse is a compact and clever application that monitors the inner workings of Mac OS X like CPU usage, RAM and more.
Yes, but the trick is to make sure the picture you are adding is in a subfolder of the disk you are creating.
Yes, once you have created and positioned a set of frames or guides you can then save them for later reference.
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