How to Add Engadget's RSS Feed to Rainmeter


Rainmeter is a desktop customization tool. It includes a transparent widget on the right side of your desktop that monitors your CPU and Internet bandwidth usage. It also includes a configurable RSS feed that lets you see the latest stories from your favorite website. Engadget is a technology blog that reviews new products and publishes the latest news from the tech field.

  • Visit the Engadget website. Scroll down to the bottom of the page and click on "Subscribe." This opens the RSS feed.

  • Highlight and copy the RSS feed address with your mouse.

  • Right click on the Rainmeter desktop interface. Click on "illustro/System." This opens the Rainmeter folder.

  • Click on "illustro," then click on "Feeds."

  • Click on "Feed.ini." Navigate to the "Variables" section, then move down to "FeedURL."

  • Replace the default URL with Engadget's RSS feed URL. Click on "File" then "Save" to save the changes.

  • Right click on the Rainmeter interface and click "Refresh." The new Engadget RSS feed will be displayed.

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