Articles spotlighting some of the very best themes, configs and apps for the Conky system stat tool.
User-friendly Conky setup Conky Colors has added a new 'stylish lightening stats' mode as part of its 7.0 release.
Is your desktop in need of a makeover? The following desktop by DeviantArtist ~votritis, called 'Stairway to heaven', might be just what you're after...
Ahh Conky. The desktop system monitor that comes with an intimidating learning curve is capable of producing some stunning, flashy and crazy looking desktops. Its equally adept at doing understated too, as this selection of five 'simple' Conky themes shows.
Conky is seen by some as an unnecessary stat setup, but if you move past desktops filled with blocks of terminal-style output, Conky is surprisingly capable — as the following Conky themes prove. Below is a […]
I both love and loathe Conky in equal amounts. For all it's inanely needless complexity it can produce some beautiful things. Just take this minimally-stunning 'Conky orange' theme as a prime example.
Conky-Faenza is, as the name suggests, a Conky set-up with a Faenza flavour.
Add some style to your desktop with the above clock/calendar widget by ~jpope777. The reversible widget displays a unique animated clock face on one side and calendar on the reverse. A LED ‘button’ allows you […]
Add some HTC-inspired beauty to your desktop using the following WeatherClock Conky script. Heavily influenced by the HTC widget available on many smart-phones (and the Windows desktop) it informs you of both the time and […]
If you’re a big fan of the Faenza icon set then chances are the following Faenza styled Conky bar, created by pingsuters over on gnome-look.org, is sure to tempt.
Remember that easy to use Lucid-themed Conky bar we showed you back in early May? It’s just got even easier to use. Many of you loved the look of the look of the bar but […]
Conky is a is a light-weight system monitor that can be customized extensively (Windows converts think ‘rainmeter’.) and the following Conky theme by Veoduendes certainly proves that. Called ‘Conky Ubuntu Lucid Theme’ (!) it’s designed, […]