As requested, here’s a tutorial showing how to use and configure Dexpot to get roll-up and default transparency on Explorer windows.
I know that I’m super slow on updating SVS. I have a lot of stuff that are keeping me busy but I’ll try to release a new version of the theme after I’m done with my current AMV project. For the moment, I just want to show you a bit how to play with Dexpot which is the program that I mentioned in my SULACO System post that I use to optimize my screen space (rollup windows) and to set behaviour of windows (transparency, click action, etc…).
Here’s a presentation of my current (#4) main computer :
The name Sulaco comes from the movie Alien 2 “Aliens“, Sulaco is the name of the space marines ship. It replaced AURIGA in July 2010 and I used it to make Binary Overdrive. I chose and purchased all components separately :
CPU : Intel Core i7 930 (2.8 GHz, 4 cores + HT)
MB : Asus P6X58D PREMIUM (Sata 3 & USB 3)
RAM : 6×2 GB – PC3 12800 (1600 MHz)
GC : ATI Radeon HD 5770 (1 GB GDDR5, 2 x DVI + DisplayPort + HDMI)
HDD : OCZ Vertex 2 SSD 60 GB + Samsung F3 HDD 2x1TB RAID 0
OS : Windows 7 Professional 64 bits
Case : SilverStone Fortress FT02 B/W (90 degree motherboard mounting)
Dimension : 497 x 616 x 212 mm, 23 kg
Date : 5th July 2010