Give your Ubuntu desktop a stunning new look with GTK themes, free icon packs, Conky, visual customisation tools, desktop wallpapers and more – all of which you’ll find featured below.
You’re looking at a screenshot of a new GTK theme called ArcMPD. As you might be able to guess from the name ArcMPD is a fork of the super popular Arc GTK theme. But, unlike its […]
If you’re using a vanilla GNOME session on Ubuntu with the Adwaita theme, and want to make Firefox look a little more at home, you can. In fact, with a bit of custom CSS you […]
Ahh, Ambiance. It’s been the default Ubuntu GTK theme for almost as long as I’ve been blogging, but it’s far from being the design darling it was when it debuted back in 2010. Ubuntu wants […]
Here's our pick of the best GTK themes for Ubuntu and other Linux distros, fully up-to-date for 2020. If you're ready to revamp your desktop, read on!
Between Arc, Adapta and Numix it kind of feels like Linux has the whole flat GTK theme thing covered. But proving their’s always room for one more is Ant. Ant is a flat GTK theme for […]
The hugely popular Adapta theme is now available for KDE Plasma users to enjoy. A new port brings the Adapta GTK theme to the KDE Plasma 5 desktop for the first time, news that will […]
Here's a useful Visual Studio Code extension that helps theme the app to match a slate of popular GTK themes, including Arc, Adapta and Ubuntu's Ambiance.
Komorebi 2 is an animated wallpaper background app for Ubuntu and other Linux distributions. It supports video wallpapers, parallax backgrounds, and more.
Numix Square icons give your Linux desktop a soft, streamlined and modern appearance. We show you how to install Numix Square icon set on Ubuntu.
Flat Remix icon theme is — faux gasp — a flat icon theme for Linux desktops (mainly those using GNOME) with broad application coverage. Check it out!
Remember how sexy the Unity Dash looked with its background blur effect enabled? Blyr brings something similar to GNOME Shell. It’s a straight-forward GNOME extension that adds a blur effect to the Activities Overview screen. A […]
Are you a longtime lover of the ls command? If so here’s a small Ruby gem that “beautifies” this common command with color and font-awesome icons. And the result is as luscious as it is […]