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The latest version of macOS comes with a “dynamic desktop” background that subtly changes throughout the day. In this post we show you how you to use it on your Linux desktop. As we said in our post […]
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.
Give your Linux desktop a festive feel with a Christmas Tux wallpaper from open-source designer Mark Riedesel. He's made a Linux xmas wallpaper each year since 2004.
The Ubuntu 17.10 wallpaper has been revealed and it marks a major change from recent designs. Read on to see it, and download it for use on your desktop.
Meet the new KDE Plasma default wallpaper set to ship in the the next major stable release, Plasma 5.11, later this year.
A week or so ago we mentioned a neat Bing Wallpaper changer extension for GNOME — and boy did you make it known that Bing isn’t your preferred source of desktop wallpapers! And so we’re back for another […]
The winning images in the Ubuntu Budgie 17.10 wallpaper contest have been revealed. Ubuntu Budgie is an official Ubuntu flavor that uses the Budgie desktop environment. The next stable release, due in October, will include […]
A GNOME Extension that automatically changes your desktop background to the Bing image of the day each and every day — an ideal add-on for photography fans.
Holy geometric structure, batman! The new GNOME 3.26 wallpaper is up on GNOME Git — and it's a bit of a departure from what's gone before.