September 1, 2014

A Desktopful of Autumn Cheer from GOTD

Hey there folks! It’s the first of September and you know what it means. Autumn. The summer is over, children are going back to schools, the birds fly south, the rains are not that warm already and the trees start changing their green dresses to golden and ruby.

They say that autumn is a time for change, so if you want to make your life a bit different – today is the perfect day. And we’ve prepared something for you to get started. These wallpapers will add some seasonal flourish to your desktop and will keep it bright, no matter how gloomy the whether behind the window is. So grab yourself a copy in the right resolution (right click on the required size and press “Save As”):

 

Try changing something to the best each day. A handy calendar to keep track on your progress included =)


Always yours,
GOTD team

7 Comments »

  1. …Except the date is wrong, showing September 1 as a SUNDAY.

    Oops.

    Comment by elicor — September 1st, 2014 at 10:34 am
  2. Well, it’s actually Spring now in half the world so this won’t work for me.

    Comment by Holly — September 2nd, 2014 at 5:43 am
  3. Beautiful! But the calendar is inaccurate.

    Comment by James — September 2nd, 2014 at 7:26 am
  4. Dear sir,
    On september 1st I downloaded your ‘autumn-wallpaper ‘ To my big surprise it seems that sep 1st in the USA was on a sunday . Here ( the Netherlands ) sept 1st was on monday . Can you explain that to me ,please ?

    Comment by R v Hartskamp — September 3rd, 2014 at 4:04 am
  5. I really was pleased with the desktop wallpaper but I just noticed that the calendars(Sept,Oct,Dec) are wrong. I downloaded the 1366X768 size. They all start a day early. Anyone else notice that?

    Comment by Linda — September 3rd, 2014 at 10:05 am
  6. Hi there guys,

    yes, same thing here – September 01 was Monday. It seems that our designer secretly wanted September 01 to be a day-off. :)

    Sorry for that. Accurate grid is on the way.


    Yours,
    GOTD team

  7. Perhaps your designer is European. Many have calendars that run Monday through Sunday … it’s why Saturday and Sunday are called the …
    Week’s End [weekend to ‘mericans]!

    Comment by John — October 3rd, 2014 at 10:29 am

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