Articles spotlighting some of the very best themes, configs and apps for the Conky system stat tool.
I’ve been looking for a decent “Now Playing” widget for my Ubuntu desktop for a while now, having been inspired by some Rainmeter setups I saw in a thread on Windows desktops. And I finally […]
The Voyager Linux distribution wants to take users on a journey to an "aesthetic and immersive" Linux environment — but does it succeed?
If you're a KDE user who likes the Samsung Galaxy S8 icon pack you should check out the Dex icon theme for KDE Plasma 5.
Conky Harmattan, a beautiful, informative Conky theme for the Linux desktop, is now a bit easier to use thanks to an interactive CLI tool.
If you want to run multiple Conky themes at the same time you can do so easily, without installing any extra packages. In this quick tip we show you how.
Want to add a cool word clock to your Linux desktop? You can with this ace Conky theme — and we'll walk you through how to install it.
I treat Conky setups a bit like wallpapers: I'll find one I love, only to change it the next week because I'm bored of it and want a change.
With a near limitless variety of custom-made themes available for it, Conky has always been one of the best ways to add a splash of personality to any humdrum Linux desktop.
Looking to add stylish system stats to your Linux desktop? Conky Harmatten offers you a slew of options, themes and modes to do just that.
DeviantArt user satya164 has knocked together a Google Now-inspired theme for Conky. And this post will walk you through installing it.
The look of people's desktops are a lot like sandwiches. Some are plain and simple, others decorated with all manner of awesome-sauce. But both types can get stale if left alone for too long. If you feel that your own desktop could do with freshening up then the following Conky and wallpaper pairing might just prove to be a good starting point
Linux user and Deviant Artist Flamer-Shaftglutton has created a stunning Linux desktop using the lightweight system monitor Conky.