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You've been looking at the same old Windows desktop for years. Sure, you switch the wallpaper every now and again, but it's ...
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Hi, this is Michael Callahan, “Dr. File Finder” and welcome to your Butterscotch Account Tutorial on how to change your Windows Desktop with BumpTop.
I saw , she reported it, Miss Download’s Episode 31 where she talked about BumpTop and I just had to look at it. And you look at it? Like her, I had to tell you about it. So here we are with BumpTop loaded. There’s a link to the download in the show notes.
BumpTop gives you an entirely new way of working with your Windows Desktop. It creates a room with walls, a floor. You can arrange things into piles. You can spread things out. You can right click and say, fun out and then you can move the folders the way you want, click, have them where they’re at. When you’re done and when I'm piling back up, click the red X and they’re back in the pile.
You can right click on this pile say break a pile. It’s now everything scattered again. Now I can right click and say pile by type, say yes and I’m all back in the pile. You can move program icons, into corners. You can move them up on the wall. You can double click on the wall to get a close-up look of that and double click back on the floor to put the room back the way it was.
You can move things around, you can right click, you can search. If you’re looking for a file name that’s on your desktop and a pile for example, you can do a search; it will find that file for you. Here again we could pile by type, put everything the way it was. So its great way to organize your desktop item into folders, program icons and stick programs that you used the most in different places. Here’s Firefox here.
Another thing you can do is you can right click, select grow and you can make a programs icon bigger. So if you have trouble remembering where you put your Firefox icon, you drag this picture frame on the floor, put Firefox in the wall. You could change your mind, right click, say shrink, shrink, shrink, you can make it even more smaller.
So, this is just a very cool way of working with Windows and the Pro-version, you can create a sticky note. You can click more to add a photo frame. Chang the number of things customize folders and lots more.
So, this is BumpTop and that’s all there is to it.