If this isn’t your cup of tea, make sure to read through the rest of the series and wait for tomorrow’s lesson, when we’ll be discussing the very powerful set of Ps Tools provided by Sys Internals.
However, different people connect with different resolutions, and we share the account we use to connect with because we lack individual accounts at present.
The different resolutions cause bginfo to write its background at a slightly different offset each time, which means the background is garbled over time.
How can we get the desktop background to be reset on logon, so that bginfo writes its new one with a clean slate?
BGInfo is a great utility that lets you display useful system information right on the desktop. If you’ve been following along with our series, you might be surprised at the huge departure from hunting malware and deleting crapware to displaying stuff on the desktop, but the Sys Internals tools aren’t just about finding things to kill.
There are also many utilities in the toolkit used for displaying information, and we’re going to look at some of them.