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The winning wallpapers that will form the Ubuntu 11.04 wallpaper pack have been selected. 17 images make up the set – excluding the default desktop wallpaper, which you can see here – including the first […]
We’re now just over a week away from the beta release of Ubuntu 11.04, but to keep ourselves pepped up in advance of the date we thought we’d share this neat Narwhal wallpaper for your […]
Like a creative version of Moore’s Law the quality of entries to the bi-annual ‘Ubuntu Wallpaper Contest’ just keeps doubling with talent. Check in for five of our favourite picks from the potential contenders…
Reader Christian S. sends word of an automated wallpaper script he's written that helps alleviate boring background blues (with some help from NASA).
Some wallpapers from Android Honeycomb. Many of which look lovely on Ubuntu.
Like wet Gremlins snacking after midnight, there are some categories of apps where the amount of choice available borders on crazy . Wallpaper changing applications are very much of this breed, so what makes 'Wallpaper Gallery' - a new 'timed wallpaper changer' app for Ubuntu - more Gizmo and less manic Mogwai?
Neat real-time earth wallpaper renderer 'xplanetFX' has received a refreshed GUI in its most recent update. Here we take a quick look at what's been revamped and refresh your mind on how to install the app itself.
Ubuntu users missing the animal themed wallpapers of releases past should bookmark this page now in anticipation of April.
Forever a fan of quirky wallpapers that break with the tradtional tedium that is static desktop wallpapers, I was stoked to come across XplanetFX - a real-time wallpaper that puts the Earth, Moon and Sun on your desktop in stunning high-quality. Eye-candy fans won't want to miss this.
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It seems there are more ways to change desktop wallpaper in Ubuntu than there are wallpapers. DesktopNova is another tray-based tool for switching between wallpapers but one which , thanks to Michael Otto, now has a shiny application indicator to control it with.
We celebrate the most bad-ass evil being in the Whoniverse - The Daleks!