The default Xfce theme looks outdated? Here are a few themes to make it look good as per your taste.
GNOME 42 comes with a dual variant set of wallpapers that are selected based on system theme. You may have to enable it explicitly in some cases. Here’s how to do it.
Latte is a popular docking applications among Linux desktop users. Learn to install and use this customizable dock on Ubuntu and other Linux distributions.
Come to the dark side. Give your Linux desktop a gorgeous dark look with these super cool dark GTK themes.
The default Adwaita theme looks quite dull. You can make it look pretty by switching to the dark theme. Here’s how to enable the dark mode in Fedora Linux.
Flatpak applications often do not match with the system themes and look out of place in your setup. Here’s a workaround to apply GTK themes to Flatpak apps.
This is a step-by-step beginner’s tutorial to show how to install themes and icons in Xubuntu and other Linux distributions that use Xfce desktop environment.
The simplest way to customize Ubuntu is to change the wallpaper. A good wallpaper changes the looks of the desktop drastically. Changing desktop background in Ubuntu is just a matter of a right click. However, I am writing this tutorial to share