Facebook gadget for windows


image: Facebook Gadget for your desktop

Sometimes my friends complain that I don’t even have time to reply them on a facebook. Yes, that’s true to some extent because about two months ago I was in mess since I had a lot of tasks to do and no time, you can say mismanagement. So, I decided to cut the time from facebook, twitter and all that stuff on internet. It wasn’t long when I started losing friends.

But now again I am pretty much active all over again and this has been made possible with the Facebook gadget where you receive all the updates right on your desktop. But remember, it’s a creepy stuff and take my advice on that, use it efficiently to save your time not to intrude your work.

The download link to gadget is provided at the end of this article. After you install the gadget, right click on your desktop and choose “Gadgets”.


image: Right click on your desktop to open up the installed gadgets

In the coming screen, double click the “fVgadget” and that’s all. You will be able to see the gadget on your desktop. Login to your account and enjoy!

Download Facebook Gadget

Write an email to the author of this post at adnan@techskipper.com



  • IZ says:

    Well, in this case will the notifications save on the local machine, or shall it require the internet connection for that?

    Also if we reply to any post, again will it get saved on the local machine and reside there unless we connect to the internet to actually post it on facebook or do we need internet connection all ths time for this gadget??


  • Adnan says:

    @IZ: I am afraid, you will be requiring internet connection.
    Normally, Gadgets are stored in any of the following paths:

    C:\Program Files\Windows Sidebar\Gadgets
    C:\Program Files\Windows Sidebar\Shared Gadgets
    C:\Users\*USERNAME*\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Sidebar\Gadgets

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  • Regina Axon says:

    i heard a lot just about that in the last few month and i think it might be true. Eventhough i think everyone is responsible for himself. Just my two cents…

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