Is your desktop cluttered with folders,icons and all sorts of stuff.Everyone loves clean places but not cleaning.Cleaning consumes so much time and hard work.Pratically the struggle to clean your desktop has been a problem for years from windows xp to windows 10.But the strugglehas ended.Users can now use softwares to make their desktop look clean and make you file organizing easier.It has even developed but also make it look very cool.Below is a list of softwares and programs I have used and found very useful.You dont have to try them all, but can judge them by the description and choose what you like.All of them have different function.But you can choose them according to your needs.



Can your desktop look this cool for free of cost and consume less memory.Yes,it totally can.Rainmeter displays customizable skins, like memory and battery power, RSS feeds and weather forecasts, right on your desktop. Many skins are even functional: they can record your notes and to-do lists, launch your favorite applications, and control your media player – all in a clean, unobtrusive interface that you can rearrange and customize to your liking. Rainmeter is at once an application and a toolkit. You are only limited by your imagination and creativity.It supports windows operation systems above windows xp.You can always download themes from DevianArt,Customize or from our library.Its absolutely free.



Having too many icons on desktop but dont have time to organize them.Dont worry the solution for your problems is here.Fences organizes your icons and folders into groups for faster access.Upon the first launch the software will automatically help you organize existing icons into several dark transparent tabs, but you can organize them manually with flexible options, such as creating your own tab with a specific category name and put anything related into it. Best of all, if you’re just too lazy to even click on the icon for organization, you can hide all of them with just a click away!its paid software with 30 day trial.



The mac OSX docking bar has a lot of fans.Eventually it was brought even to Windows.Objectdock from Stardock is just one of the best from many docking bar softwares.You can put application or folder shortcuts into your dock, display running applications on it, enable and adjust their zoom effects and sizes, and ultimately position your dock on any edge of the screen.This will surely save space and give instant access to different places in your computer.Its a paid software with a 30 day trial.



RocketDock is just an other software like ObjectDock but with better featueres.RocketDock is a smoothly animated, alpha blended application launcher. It provides a nice clean interface to drop shortcuts on for easy access and organization. With each item completely customizable there is no end to what you can add and launch from the dock.Now with added Taskbar support your minimized windows can appear as icons on the dock. This allows for better productivity and accessibility.It has many features like Minimize windows to the dock, Real-time window previews in Vista,Supports alpha-blended PNG and ICO icons,Icons zoom and transition smoothly,Auto-hide and Popup on mouse over,Fully customizable,Completely Portable, Runs great on slower computers,Supports many languages and can easily be translated,A friendly user base 🙂 and best of all… its free.



Stardock Tiles is a program designed to help users organize PC tasks. It’s a neat solution for Windows power users who tend to have a large number of applications running at one time or people who work on a large number of projects at one time.At the top of the application, you will find labels for each page of tiles such as Apps, Web Browsing, and Documents. Drag and drop is fully supported so adding items is easy. We liked that you can even place open applications on the interface by using the Shift key. If a program is not currently active, it will appear as a standard Windows icon. If an application is up and running, it will appear as a live preview tile. Tiles can be used as a program-launching utility program, or used to organize and keep track of current tasks and projects.



Dexpot turns your monitor into up to 20. Dexpot creates additional workspaces you can quickly switch between. Take, for example, Desktop 1 to listen to your favourite music, surf the web on Desktop 2, use Desktop 3 to handle your daily word processing or switch to Desktop 4 for your games.Different icons, wallpapers, start-ups, and much more can be configured for each desktop.Users owning netbooks, tablets and UMPC with small screens and low resolutions will benefit from virtual desktops as well.

Emerge Desktop


Emerge Desktop is a shell replacement designed to change the way you interact with your Windows desktop. The main goal of the application is to provide you with an alternative method to access your documents and applications.Its a replacement for the present and restrict you from desktop icons and add them to you taskbar.



Stick is a Windows application (Windows XP/Vista/Windows7 only) which offers utilities such as folder explorers, web browsers and notepads in tabs that attach to the sides of your screen (called ScreenTabs). ScreenTabs are super customizable tab-shaped windows that let you access the aforementioned utilities quickly and easily.



The free MyFolders Windows Explorer Shell Extension saves you time by placing your frequently used folders at your fingertips. Easily Copy or Move files, Open any folder, or launch the Windows Command Prompt with just a couple of clicks.The free MyFolders Windows Explorer Shell Extension saves you time by placing your frequently used folders at your fingertips. Easily Copy or Move files, Open any folder, or launch the Windows Command Prompt with just a couple of clicks.



Launchy is a free cross-platform utility designed to help you forget about your start menu, the icons on your desktop, and even your file manager.Launchy indexes the programs in your start menu and can launch your documents, project files, folders, and bookmarks with just a few keystrokes!



IconPackager is a desktop-enhancement utility that lets you change all the common icons used by Windows at once by applying “packages” of icons to them. You can download these packages at Web sites such as or create your own by replacing the icons of individual items on your computer one by one, then saving them as an icon package. It’s very easy to use and has thousands of icons available in packages on the Net.


WindowBlinds is a software utility that allows you to completely change the look and feel of Microsoft Windows.It works by applying new visual styles, called skins, across the entire user interface (title bars, push buttons, start menu, taskbar, etc.) of the operating system. As a result, you gain complete control over the way Windows looks.As good as someone might think Windows looks, it is a one-size fits all solution. WindowBlinds gives users thousands of new looks to choose from.



360desktop will give you an unlimited desktop space and transforms your standard windows desktop into a 360-degree panoramic workspace. It also has a windows taskbar icon that provides a context menu for customizing options. You also get an attractive desktop with custom widgets.



A small and simple virtual desktop manager for Windows XP or later versions that will allow you to expand your desktop without limits and add more monitors to your computer. It is a simple and effective way to create the desktop space you need.

BootSkin XP


This handy piece of freeware adds spice to your PC by letting you customize your Windows 2000/XP boot screen. At 871K, BootSkin is a quick, space-conscious download. It allows you to easily change your boot screen without patching the Windows XP kernel, keeping your system stable and the size of your skins manageable. The straightforward interface offers a couple of stock skins and allows you to import them from the Web and create your own. Although BootSkin is not brimming with features, it’s still a nice way to add a personal touch to your PC.

Cursor FX


CursorFX changes the look and feel of your mouse cursor by replacing it with a custom one and smoothing its movement, and it can also add special effects and animations, and more sounds. This software comes with a demo version sporting a dozen cursors but lacking most special effect customizations, as well as with a fairly sophisticated cursor creator that’s free to use.