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Computerized Investing > October 6, 2012

Fences 1.01

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by CI Staff

If you have ever had to choose between seeing your beautiful desktop wallpaper or having your icons well-organized, then Fences by Stardock may be the solution you’ve been looking for. Many heavy computer users find that their desktop is crowded with icons that are unorganized and in the way, but they do not want to remove some of them.

Fences is an easy-to-use and inexpensive program  for Windows PCs that helps individuals organize their desktop using a variety of customizable options. A fence is essentially another window on the user’s desktop that holds icons. Users can create multiple fences, which can each be named, using a variety of preset or custom layouts. Appearance is fully customizable as well; for instance, users can adjust transparency, so they can see their wallpaper behind the fences. This perhaps solves the organizational problem, but how can fences help reduce clutter and allow the individual to enjoy his wallpaper?

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