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.
Flattiance is pitched as a “semi-flat fork” of the Ubuntu Ambiance theme. You know, the one that ships out of the box and by default. On the whole Flattiance keeps to the same color palette, with dark browns and […]
There are plenty of excellent Qt and KDE apps that GNOME avoid using simply because they don’t like the way Qt apps look on their GNOME Desktop. Well, that excuse is about to expire. Adwaita-Qt is (as you might guess […]
If you like the look of the overall look of the Adwaita theme that the GNOME uses with but don’t like the size of its title bars, here’s a theme that may be of interest. It’s […]
A step-by-step guide for making Ubuntu look like a mac, covering everything from GTK theme and icon set to fonts and desktop docks.
Looking for a Mac theme for Linux? Try GNOME OS X II, an Apple inspired GTK theme for Ubuntu and other Linux desktops.
We spotlight the Vimix GTK theme, a flat theme for Ubuntu, GNOME Shell and other compatible desktop. It's flat, modern theme with a splash of color.
Ever looked at your KDE Plasma desktop and wished it looked a little more …like the Ubuntu Unity desktop? If you have — and hello all 3 of you, by the way — be sure to check […]
I used to (and sort-of-still-do, I guess) run a sister site focused on Google Chrome, Chromecast and Chromebooks, i.e. the Chrome ecosystem. As such I am a fan of Chromebooks and Chrome OS, a Linux-based distribution […]
Yikes, our favourite Linux icon theme Papirius plans to ‘discontinue’ its PPA. The PPA makes it easy to install the icon set (including its many different versions) on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. But the installation method is being retired. […]
The Papirus Icon pack has been updated with new icons for 0ad, Sound Juicer, Harmony music player, and Skype for Linux Alpha and many, many…
Adapta is one of the most popular GTK themes available for Linux — and yet we've never written about it. Until now.
If you find yourself wishing your Ubuntu desktop had a splash more color do check out the two icon themes featured inside.