A selection of GTK+, GNOME-Shell and Cinnaon themes, plus stunning Linux icon packs, cute Conky configs, Plank themes and plenty, plenty more.
Ever looked at your KDE Plasma desktop and wished it looked a little more …like the Ubuntu Unity desktop? If you have — and hello all 3 of you, by the way — be sure to check […]
I used to (and sort-of-still-do, I guess) run a sister site focused on Google Chrome, Chromecast and Chromebooks, i.e. the Chrome ecosystem. As such I am a fan of Chromebooks and Chrome OS, a Linux-based distribution […]
The Tux4Ubuntu project brings a touch of Tux to the Ubuntu desktop, with Linux mascot themes for GRUB, Plymouth, the Unity login screen, plus wallpapers and more.
The Papirus Icon pack has been updated with new icons for 0ad, Sound Juicer, Harmony music player, and Skype for Linux Alpha and many, many…
Adapta is one of the most popular GTK themes available for Linux — and yet we've never written about it. Until now.
Many Linux icon themes are bold, brash and very colourful. Not so with Victory, a soft icon theme for XFCE, Unity and other Linux desktops.
The Papirus GTK icon theme is my favourite icon set, and the one you’ll spot most often in screenshots on this site. But did you also know that it’s available for KDE Plasma desktop too? That’s right. If […]
If you find yourself wishing your Ubuntu desktop had a splash more color do check out the two icon themes featured inside.
Plenty of people use the desktop dock Plank on their Linux desktop — and for good reason. Plank is a nimble, customisable desktop dock for Linux desktops. It supports Unity quick lists, app badging (aka ‘unread counts’), and […]
Spotio is a light skin for the Spotify desktop app that provides an aesthetically pleasing antidote to the Spotify app's default dark look.
This is the Oranchelo icon pack for Linux, a flat, material design inspired XFCE4 theme that works great on Unity, GNOME and other Linux desktops.
People keep asking what GTK theme and icon set I'm using. I figured I'd be helpful. This is how to make your Ubuntu desktop look like mine.