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If you're looking for a GNOME wallpaper slideshow extension check out Desk Changer. It can change wallpaper automatically, at a set interval.
I love GNOME Shell — and no, not just because I’ve little choice now that is Ubuntu’s default desktop! But the more I use GNOME the more I learn that the desktop environment, like every other, has its own share of […]
If you're looking for an easy way to set the National Geographic photo of the day as your desktop wallpaper on Ubuntu look no further than this desktop app.
Someone recently told me that I change my desktop wallpaper on Linux far too often, which made me curious about other people's habits.
The Ubuntu 17.04 default wallpaper has been revealed — but you may need to be a keen spot-the-difference enthusiast to notice much of a difference…
Looking for parallax wallpaper, animated wallpapers, or a cute clock wallpaper app for Ubuntu — why not combine them all in one stunning background?
Today’s release of Plasma 5.9, the latest stable release of the Linux desktop environment created by KDE, brings with a bunch of welcome changes and new features. Among them is a shiny new wallpaper — and […]
Pyckground is a simple python script that can fetch a new desktop background on the Cinnamon desktop from any Imgur gallery you want. I came across it while doing a bit of background on the Bit Day wallpaper pack, and […]
Do you want a dynamic desktop wallpaper that changes throughout the day and looks like the sort of environment you’d be able to catch Pokemon in? If so, check out Bit Day wallpapers. Created by Redditor user […]
It's a desktop wallpaper. With a penguin. Using a terminal. In the dark. And it's adorable.
I change my wallpaper on a regular basis. But this task often involves spending several hours scouring the ass-end of the internet in an attempt to find something that’s a) decent and b) decently high-res to use. If you’re in […]
It's Ubuntu 16.10 release week, so why not indulge your nostalgia for releases past by making this Ubuntu timeline wallpaper your desktop background?