Most of you know Rainmeter already, it’s a small tool to display customizable skins on your desktop, from hardware usage meters to fully functional audio visualizers.
It’s a free-to-use tool and really helpful and around for years. The author of Rainmeter released a new update with build number 4.5.9 – Revision 3592. If you are not familiar with Rainmeter, take a look at the official Homepage first, it’s certainly worth your while.
Maybe you like to install some nice new skins or other stuff you can use in Rainmeter, go to DeviantArt, and enjoy all the goodies you can find there.
Fixed or Changed in Rainmeter 188.8.131.5292
- Rainmeter: Fixes issue with certain builds of Windows 7 where the skin window would disappear when returning from the Windows “Switch user” screen
- Context menu: Removed duplicate / redundant separator line in the context menu when no skins are loaded.
- SysInfo: Added SysInfoType of USER_SID to return the security identifier associated with the active user account.
- Languages: Updated localization strings for Finnish.