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PowerGUI Winter Wallpaper

Free desktop holiday xmas wallpaper for powershell loversDecorate your desktop for this Christmas, New Year, holiday season with this beautiful desktop wallpaper coming from our designers team! Just pick the resolution you need and get the holiday mood to your work place. πŸ™‚

Or the ones with a Pro logo:

Or the one from last year – which I also liked a lot.

And obviously there are even more wallpapers (including the one for the Southern Hemisphere ;)) on our downloads page. Happy Holidays!!!

PowerGUI Summer Wallpaper

Time to bring some summer mood to your desktop – here’s the new wallpaper for you to cheer-up your work environment – just pick the resolution you need here:


If you are a PowerShell fan in the Southern Hemisphere – we do have a winter version for you on our downloads page. The page also has a nice all-year-round desktop wallpaper for those not caring about the weather outside.

PowerGUI Spring Wallpaper

Time to bring Spring to your desktop – here’s the new wallpaper for you to cheer-up your work environment – just pick the resolution you need here:


If you want to have a look at the Spring wallpaper we had last year – it is still available here.

And of course for those of us in the Southern Hemisphere, there are some Autumn options here and here.

A PowerShell present for Valentine’s Day

This desktop wallpaper is probably the geekiest present you can give to your significant other this weekend. Just pick the desktop resolution and make him/her feel special:

For greater effect also try adding something along these lines to the PowerShell profile:
(New-Object -com SAPI.SpVoice).Speak( "Be my Valentine!", 1 )

Happy Valentine’s Day! πŸ™‚

PowerGUI Olympics Wallpaper

Following the popular tradition of seasonal PowerGUI desktop wallpapers we thought we would get you a new one – in time for the starting 2010 Winter Olympics. After all, IT Professionals are in a way sportsmen and just happen to not have time to compete in the official games in Vancouver. πŸ˜‰

So if you still want to be partial to the upcoming sports madness you can download the wallpaper from PowerGUI downloads page or right from this screen resolution list:

Winter PowerGUI Wallpaper is here

PowerGUI Wallpaper for Winter 2009/2010And it is the most beautiful one we have ever had! Just pick the size you need, apply it to your desktop and enjoy the upcoming holiday season:


Our downloads page also has links to the Christmas/New Year wallpaper we had last year, and for our friends in the Southern Hemisphere there a couple summer options! πŸ˜‰

PowerGUI Wallpaper

There’s a new fall/autumn edition of our PowerGUI desktop wallpaper available.

Just go to our downloads page and get the size you need:

Downloads page also has our 2008 wallpaper for you to compare and pick the one which fits your seasonal mood better. πŸ™‚

Exchange 14 PowerGUI wallpaper

Oz (Exchange MVP doing a great series of Exchange/PowerShell/PowerGUI How-To’s) has also posted a bunch of Exchange 2010 desktop wallpapers – one of them featuring PowerGUI.

Download them here.

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Summer 2009 Wallpaper

For all PowerGUI and PowerShell fans out there – we have just posted PowerGUI desktop wallpaper for this summer season.

Just go to the downloads page, scroll down and pick your screen size.

For those who are feeling nostalgic we have also included links to the wallpaper we had last year. Which see which one is more popular. πŸ˜‰

Enjoy your PowerShell summer!

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Spring Wallpaper

For all PowerShell and PowerGUI lovers – time to change your desktop wallpaper for the Spring Edition! πŸ™‚


Andrei Tsarkov got us a new Spring wallpaper but for fun I have made the one from last year available as well – we’ll check the download counts at the end of the season and I’ll let you know which one is more popular. πŸ˜‰

Both Spring 2008 and Spring 2009 wallpapers can be downloaded from downloads page. Enjoy!

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