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Get a sneak peek at the new GNOME 3.34 wallpaper. It boasts a richer, warmer color palette than previous designs, and a less angular look.
KDE Plasma 5.16 will include this ice cool new desktop wallpaper by default. The background was selected by way of a KDE community wallpaper competition.
The Ubuntu 19.04 desktop wallpaper has been revealed – the one that you, me, and other Ubuntu users will stare at for the next six months!
We can count on Ubuntu to deliver a solid computing experience atop the latest and greatest open source tech, every six months. We can count on elementary OS and Deepin Linux to wow the previously […]
A new Linux wallpaper app appeared on Flathub this week, and I figured I’d give it a spin — result: my desktop now looks gorgeous. Fondo is a very simple app with a very simple […]
The default wallpaper of Ubuntu 18.10 ‘Cosmic Cuttlefish’ has finally been revealed. And, as you can no doubt guess, the new desktop background features a lavish line-art mascot, this time a concentric circular cuttlefish illustration: […]
The image you see above is the new KDE Plasma 5.14 wallpaper, which has just been revealed on designer Ken Vermette’s blog. Ken has designed all of the Plasma 5 series wallpapers to date but his latest […]
The next release of macOS comes with a “dynamic desktop” background that subtly changes throughout the day — and in this post we show you how you can use it on the Linux desktop. In our […]
You’re gawping at the brand new Ubuntu 18.04 default wallpaper. Yes, seriously! The new background image will make its appearance of tens of millions of desktops with the Ubuntu 18.04 release on April 26, 2018. […]
The official Samsung Galaxy S9 wallpapers have appeared online — and i’m not going to lie: they look fantastic on Ubuntu (and other Linux desktops). If you’ve read this site for a while you’ll know […]
Want to set different wallpapers on separate monitors? We spotlight a new app that lets you do that on the Ubuntu and GNOME desktop.
If you're creative and want to give something back to the Linux community, now's your chance as the Fedora 28 wallpaper contest is open for entries.