That's quite a lot of old-fashioned programs, images and open-source programs. I'll take a chance and guess that you like programs and old computer things?
That's a lot of G3 and Filly pictures, and yet I can't find any programs on your desktop screen. From what I can judge, your YouTube video making mandates having the files easily and visibly available?
>Your desktops are so tidy and spacey! And here I am, with an image of Cradle from Spiral Kinghts. Probably. Can't make it out under all the stuff.
Perhaps some more folders would have saved the day, or?
>I almost mistook Hauppauge Capture for a default Gamemaker game (since both of them use the red circle icon).
I don't even really use Hauppauge Capture all that much, since WinTV 7 works with the same units and functions much better for the cable TV / HDMI PC recording that I use it for.
That's a pretty convenient folder setup in the lower parts of the right screen, though I do have a more simple row system in use too. So that leaves me mostly left with pondering why you have a webfeed of /mlp/, and I'm slightly jealous that Larva air on Swedish television (but not too jealous, as Norway does have it on Netflix alongside the rest of the Nordics).
>I have no idea how I'd live without two screens.
I had a two-screen setup in 2013 and early 2014, on a computer shared between multiple people in my household. But in 2014, I became highly displeased with how the computer was maintained in regards to adware and garbage programs, and when I in December 2014 got my own desktop, I took one of the two screens away and claimed it for myself (Rightfully, since I had bought that screen), and now I'm on one lone screen.