A lot of people do not know what Desktop Goose is. The basic concept behind it is that you download a lot of free desktop applications, install them and then make a desktop icon that can be used to get in to Windows. There are a lot of applications that are made to look like the icons that come with Windows and these applications are then downloaded onto your PC. When you launch the application you will then be prompted to search for an application that will be able to start a computer from scratch. This means that you will have to install everything yourself before you can then use it. The applications that you download are in many cases very old, but they will work.
Once you have installed a few of the new applications on your PC you will find that they actually start the computer up, but they do not actually run a full version of Windows. Instead they will run specific bits of the operating system, which are known as "tags". When you use the tags to access your desktop you will be able to navigate and you will also be able to select items in the menus and you will be able to open a box at the bottom right corner of the screen. There is no system specific Desktop Goose, all of the applications that are available online will run, they are just a piece of software that has been written to look like Windows.
If you download an application then you will find that after you have launched it, it will search for a computer file in the registry that is related to the application that you have. If you have never had a problem with a registry, then you will not have any problems. You will be able to find a file called desktop.ini in the desktop folder and this is what Windows looks for.