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.
A couple of weeks back we spotlighted Folder Color, a simple app that makes it easy to change folder color on Ubuntu. Great timing it turns out as the app has just picked up a […]
Earlier this month the Papirus icon set received a small bump update, broadening the theme's app coverage and fixing a few mis-named glyphs in the process.
We've found an Ambiance Telegram theme that helps integrate the popular messaging service's desktop client with the Ubuntu desktop.
Discover how to change folder color on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS and above in this guide. We use a free utility that lets you instantly change folder color.
An update to the Arc Thunderbird theme add-on is now available for download, and brings support for the 3 Arc GTK theme variants.
Love the look of GNOME's Adwaita theme but don't like its excessive padding? Adwaita Tweaks is a modified version of Adwaita that solves this.
A new version of United GNOME, the Unity 8 inspired GTK theme, is available to download — and there are some significant changes to see. The United GNOME theme, partly inspired by the design direction of Canonical’s […]
As we mentioned last week, Ubuntu has improved the look of Ubuntu’s default themes when used in GNOME Shell New updated versions of the Ambiance and Radiance GTK themes will feature in Ubuntu 17.10. But you don’t have to wait until October to […]
As you may have heard me mention in the latest episode of the Ubuntu Podcast, I’ve been ankle deep in GNOME extensions these past few weeks. Why? Well, like many of you I have made a preëmptive switch to GNOME Shell now that Unity is […]
If you're looking to give your newly minted GNOME desktop a bit of a makeover look no further than the Pop GTK theme from System76.
Want to make GNOME Shell look and feel like Unity, Windows 10 or macOS? This small script can help you do exactly that in just a couple of clicks.
Plano is a flat theme designed for GNOME and Xfce4 desktops. It has a muted look and subtle colour palette and works well with dark icon themes.