Just because you are using XFCE doesn’t mean it has to be ugly. Looking to spice up the look of your XFCE desktop? There’re plenty of XFCE themes around.
If you don’t like the default theme of Ubuntu, you can easily change it. Here’s how you can easily turn your Ubuntu into macOS Mojave with a few simple steps.
The LXDE desktop environment design is kind of outdated and bland. Luckily, you can easily customize it to your own liking. Here are 11 great themes for LXDE.
Do you love Gnome Shell but hate the way it looks? The Internet is chock full of better looking themes to choose from. Here are 10 of the best Gnome Shell themes.
The world of Linux desktop themes is an ever-evolving one, with new ones replacing old favorites all the time. Here are some really excellent available GTK themes. Check them out!
If you don’t want to upgrade to Windows 10 but still want your Windows 7 to look like it, you can grab and install the Windows 10 theme for Windows 7. Here’s how.
Many Android fans have been enjoying Google’s fresh material look, but what about Linux? Enter the Paper GTK theme suite. Here’s how to install & enable it.
Openbox is one of the best window managers for Linux, and you can easily make it your own with the themes. Here are 5 of the best themes for Openbox.
Microsoft don’t support Windows XP anymore, but you still can get it in Windows 8. Here is how you can make Windows 8 look like Windows XP.
KDE icons are generally very easy to customize, and there is a complete graphical interface in System Settings for choosing an icon theme or installing a new one. One thing you might notice, however, is that the standard KDE tray icons are all monochrome. When you start using non-KDE apps or lesser-known KDE apps that […]