With this cool gadget, you can have an analog clock on your desktop with your own custom background!
On this site we review gadgets for Windows 7. Windows Vista and Windows 7 both have a so called “sidebar” that allows you to put gadgets right on your desktop. We think this is one of the best Windows 7 features there is, because you can add so much fun stuff, but also useful gadgets to your desktop, e.g. stock gadgets, live tickers, RSS feeds and much more.
Here is a great little gadget that features both a stopwatch and a timer, right on your desktop! Perfect for countdowns on your desktop
This handy gadget tracks your current upload and download usage on whatever network card you choose in your computer!
Do you use Google, Amazon, or Ebay a lot? Then check out this gadget! For shopping and bidding geeks
This handy gadget will tell you some very useful facts about whatever wireless network you’re currently connected to!
This handy little gadget can measure not only your current RAM usage, but also the load on each core of your CPU!
Here is a handy gadget that will tell you not only your computer’s IP address, but also the IP address and status of your…
Looking for a powerful gadget to help you manage your hard drive space? Look no farther!
This gorgeous and customizable clock looks great on your desktop! It shows analog time, digital time, and even the date! Different time zones can…
This is a sleek, modern-looking gadget that gives you handy information about your battery.
This is a useful gadget that will monitor different parameters on your selected game server.
This great gadget gives you the information you need to know about your hard drive at a glance, and can also display multiple drives…
Here is a cool, customizable digital clock for your desktop! Lots of display choices and options!
This is a handy dictionary gadget that sits right on your desktop! Instantly look up any word in the dictionary with one click!
Looking for a quick calculator gadget that can handle expressions and you don’t even have to type in the calculations or use on-screen buttons?…