Console tables are a favorite feature of Windows 8, which is currently in beta.
They make your desktop windows look more like Windows than the standard Windows desktop, which in turn makes them easy to customize.
Here’s how to create one.
Console tables aren’t the only Windows desktop-style features that you’ll find in Windows 8.
There are also keyboard shortcuts, a dock, a file manager, and much more.
Here are some ways to make your Windows desktop look like the desktop on your Xbox One console.1.
Switch the background color of the desktop windows.
You can set the desktop background color in Windows 7 or 8, and you can also set the background image in Windows 10.
The default background image looks good, but you can change it to whatever you want.2.
Adjust the size of the background.
The Windows 10 desktop has a much bigger desktop than Windows 7 and 8, so you can resize the desktop and move the desktop around.
You could do this by clicking on the desktop icon and dragging it around the desktop, but that takes a lot of the space.
Instead, you can set a floating window, and that lets you move the windows around.3.
Add icons to the desktop.
If you’re using Windows 8 and 7, you might have icons that appear in the bottom right corner of the screen, or you might see a little dot at the top of the Desktop.
You might also see icons at the bottom of the main Windows screen.
To add these icons to your Windows 8 or 7 desktop, open a Command Prompt, type “Add-WindowsShell”, and then click on Add.4.
Add a dock.
If the Windows 8 desktop is big, you probably won’t have much space to work with.
To make your windows smaller, open the Command Prompt and type “Dock”, and press Enter.5.
Change the color of your dock.
The Desktop icon can be dark, and the Dock icon can also be dark.
You’ll probably need to change the background of the dock depending on your monitor’s refresh rate.
For example, if your monitor has a 30Hz refresh rate, you’ll probably want to change it from a dark blue to a lighter blue.6.
Add more icons.
If your dock looks a little cramped, you may want to add more icons to it.
For this tutorial, I’m using a large, white dock that looks similar to the Dock bar in Windows.
You need to add icons to each of the two dock icons in the following order: Start, Taskbar, Control Panel, and Desktop.7.
Change how the dock looks.
You don’t need to go too far into the command line to add this step.
For a quick look at the command-line options, just type “Windows.
DisplayName -SetImageType”, and the Windows 10 Desktop will show up in the dock.8.
Change other things.
To customize the appearance of your desktop, you need to edit the Windows settings.
The easiest way to do this is to open the command prompt, type Windows.
Display, and then type “Set-WindowsSettings”.
You can then go to the properties section and change the desktop wallpaper.9.
Change what the dock icon says.
The Dock icon says, “Dockscreen”.
This is just like the Windows desktop’s icon.
To change this, go to Windows Settings, and go to Dock.
The dock icon should say “Docked”.
You might not want to use the dock to open your Dock Bar, so change the Dock Bar’s icon from “DOCK” to “DUNKER”.10.
Add the “D” to your dock name.
If there’s a dot at either side of your Desktop, that’s a Dock icon.
If not, it’s a Desktop icon.
For more on changing Dock icons, see How to add Dock icons to Windows 8 Desktop.