Sun Java Desktop?
Taken from Turning to the past to power Windows' future: An in-depth look at WinRT:
To the right of the "launch" menu and the clock and to the left of the "virtual desktop workspaces," there are two icons in the task bar. In the left, is it a launcher for launching desktop application (I'm unsure if it looks like a pencil and a paper)? And to the right, seeing two monitors tells me it's a network icon, am I right?
I've made my desktop look very similar to the one with a Sun logo in it except for the launcher icon to the right of the clock (like in my KDE desktop), if that's what it is.
Desktop task bar similar to the desktop with a Java logo
The forum confused me a little until I got the attachment tags figured out. I did not know the "img" tag gets converted to "att" tag.
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This is a desktop environment Sun created to replace the really old Solaris desktop environment. It is very KDE-like. I'm not sure if it just a skinned KDE or not.
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An alternative desktop environment on Solaris (prior to 11) vs. CDE.
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Ah, got it. Thanks, guys.