Enigma is a featured "suite" for the Windows system monitoring application, Rainmeter. It's a library of desktop gadgets that you can choose from, arrange and customize however you want.
Enigma's features make it unique among Rainmeter suites:
- A neutral, minimalist design that goes well with a wide range of themes, wallpapers and color schemes.
- Over 100 customization options in a user-friendly panel, no programming skills required.
- Up to 7 variants for each skin, including "Sidebar" and "Taskbar" styles that stack neatly and snap together.
- Support for "stylesheets" - third-party modification packages that completely change the look and feel of the entire suite. New stylesheets can be installed and turned on or off in seconds.
- Three pre-made themes that fit your computer screen right out of the box.
Enigma also includes a full range of standard skins for a Rainmeter suite, including:
- Clocks and calendars that show your personal events.
- Feed readers that support RSS, Atom, Gmail, Google Calendar and Remember The Milk.
- Picture slideshows.
- Media player controls and album art displays for over 16 players.
- Application launchers and search engines.
- Weather forecasts powered by Yahoo! Weather.
- Numerous system and network monitors, including CPU, RAM, volume, drive space, WiFi status, IP address, recycle bin state, and more.
Enigma has been downloaded over 500,000 times alone, and over 2 million times bundled with Rainmeter, which chose Enigma as its default theme in 2009. It has been featured several times by Lifehacker, Windows Magazine and Computer Bild, and spent over two years as the #1 most popular work in deviantArt's Skins and Themes category.
This software is released under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 License. In other words, you're free to redistribute, modify, port, and create derivative works from anything you find on this website, as long as you credit me and the people below, you don't make money from it, and you share it on the same terms.
Enigma contains works by the people below. Permission to include their work has been granted either by a Creative Commons or similar license, or by written authorization from the original creator. They are hereby attributed.
If you are one of the people listed above, please contact me if you would like your credit changed or your work removed from Enigma.