Win10 Widgets is a neat little app that lets you add widgets to your home screen so you can keep tabs on things like memory usage, your hard drive space, computer performance and much more. The app is built on an open source program called Rainmeter, which is a lightweight app that allows your computer to display customizable widgets.
You will need to install both Rainmeter and Win10 Widgets in order for it to run properly. Some of the widget options include:
- Hard Drive
- Date / Time
- Layout Switcher
You can grab both Rainmeter and Win10 Widgets for free right here to get started with adding widgets to your desktop.
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