Desktop Goodies: Hatsune Miku Rainmeter

Hatsune Miku is back! Yep, it’s time for another Hatsune Miku for your Rainmeter skin. Since it’s a hot summer, I thought I might cool down with a light blue theme for my Rainmeter skin. So, I decided to pick Hatsune Miku as my Rainmeter skin. Oh yeah, another note for my classmate, Richky, I’ll make a Megurine Luka Rainmeter skin so be patient okay? I haven’t got the perfect picture yet. In the meantime, enjoy the Hatsune Miku version first.

7-8-2009 9-45-47 PMSkin Name: Hatsune Miku

File Size: 141 KB

Color Theme: Light Blue


Note: A Rainmeter application can be downloaded in my previous post. Don’t forget to extract and move the folder to your Rainmeter skin directory. Happy downloading!

15 Comments Add yours

  1. Lie Richky says:

    Huraaaaaay, another awesome rainmeter skin.

    Thank you very much.

    I can’t wait for the Megurine Luka rainmeter skin also ^_^

  2. nana says:

    how wan put it??
    i duno..pls reply………….><

  3. nana says:

    how wan to put it..?? @@
    i totaly blur..please reply..T______T

  4. Just go to the “Rainmeter” section on the top menu, please.

  5. nana says:



  7. nana says:

    me edi download d software..
    but yet ..i still not understand how d procedure..==

  8. Just read the instruction on the link I gave you previously….

  9. Anon says:

    is there a way to hook up the music to the skin?

    1. What do you mean like a playlist?

      1. Anon says:

        something like that. because i saw a picture once and she said that person was listening to a song or something

      2. Possible but I’m not sure how.

  10. Hideyoshi says:

    Umm…how do i integrate another player to this skin? Cuz Winamp eats my RAM and CPU >.<

    1. Farce90 says:

      As far as I know you can’t unless you do some clever code re-writing. I don’t understand why you’re having problems with it unless you have really low RAM. I have no problems at all. How much RAM do you have?

    2. There is a way to integerate with WMP which you have to use the WMP plugin from Rainmeter. Just search google how to do this or you can browse the Rainmeter section. I think I have posted the way in the comment section.

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