Want to make your Linux desktop look pretty? See these posts for themes, icon packs, apps and wallpapers sure to help beautify and add bling to your system
Want to enable a wobbly window effect on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS? You can using this free Compiz-style window effect extension for the GNOME Shell desktop.
Want Snap apps to use your system theme? Learn how to make Snap apps use popular GTK themes like Layan, Orchis and Qogir in this short guide.
Want VLC to look more at home on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS? If you do then download this Yaru Dark VLC skin. It themes the media player based on the Yaru GTK theme.
A new add-on for the Folder Colors tool is available. When installed it lets you instantly change folder colors on Ubuntu 20.04 LTS with the Yaru icon set.
Xubuntu 20.04 includes a dark theme, a recoloured version of the Greybird GTK theme. The new Greybird Dark version will also work on other DEs, like MATE.
How to give your desktop a cyperpunk makeover on KDE Plasma, complete with live video wallpaper, neon themed icon set, and a futuristic Plasma theme.
Make Linux Mint look like Windows 7 with this ace theme pack from B00merang project. It's easy to install and transforms the look of the Cinnamon desktop.
It should be easy to enable dark mode in Ubuntu, as well as change GTK theme – yet it's not. In this post I argue why I think that this needs to change.
The ArcMenu extension for GNOME Shell desktops has a new release out. ArcMenu v38 adds a couple of new menu layouts, including one inspired by Krunner.
If you use the Ant Dracula GTK theme on your Linux desktop check out this horde of Dracula themes for well known apps like Gedit, VSCode and Vim.
We spotlight 5 GTK themes for Ubuntu and other Linux desktops created by Vinceliuice, a prolific open source theme designer based in China.
A new Microsoft Edge logo has been unveiled by Microsoft. The app reborn as a a Chromium-based cross-platform web browser, is also evaluating a Linux port.