There are several reasons people opt for dark themes on their computers. Some find them easy on the eye while others prefer them because of their medical condition. Here are five of the best dark themes for Linux.
Tired of the default look of your Linux desktop? Fret not, here are some places where you can find beautiful Linux themes and icons for you to fully customize your desktop.
Ever wanted to add custom menu icons to your WordPress theme and improve the aesthetics of your website? You can easily do so with the Menu Icons plugin.
For those who dislike the new Firefox “Australis” theme, you can install the “Classic Theme Restorer” addon to restore the popular Strata theme. Here is how it works.
Have you ever wanted to find out more information about your Linux system, but are not sure where you can obtain those information? With ScreenFetch, you will be able to view such system information in terminal.
Have you ever wanted to jazz up your Facebook profile? While the social network does not allow themes, there are many utilities that let you add a theme to Facebook. One of the better tools for doing this is My Facebook Theme.
Do you often spend too much time browsing the Chrome Web Store for the perfect theme? Is it hard for you to find a theme that you really like? If you’re really picky like me, it makes more sense to just create your own Chrome theme. Here is how you can do so without having to become a developer.
Have you heard there is a Ubuntu phone heading to the market soon? If you are a big fan of Linux, you can give your Android the Ubuntu look and feel right now.
Halloween is a great holiday for all to enjoy and what’s a better way to celebrate than to trick out your Android phone in full orange attire. For this article I have found a number of apps, themes, and games that transform your phone into a Halloween-themed device.
According to the latest statistical data from Royal Pingdom, there are approximately 152 million blogs exist today. To put that number into context, there are more blogs out there than the whole Japanese citizen in the world. If you want to stand out among this kind of crowds, you need to work really hard – […]
It is a brand new year and we have given Make Tech Easier a complete makeover. Our site now has a completely different look and we have also added several useful features. 1. Speed The main emphasis of this new design was to improve the page load time. Using the Genesis framework (affiliate link), cache […]
The plymouth theme was introduced in Ubuntu Lucid to provide a better theming solution for the splash theme. With plymouth, one can use a high resolution image as the background and also get it to show animation. The only thing that will put off many newbies is that the theme can only be changed using […]
Linux users who are using the Gnome desktop and love the dark theme, you got to try the Elegant Gnome Pack – said to be the most complete dark theme for Gnome desktop. Don’t take my word for it. Check out the screenshots below and decide for yourselves. Desktop with Cairo Dock (Click to enlarge)
How many of you actually tested your website design on different browsers and computers before you launch the site? I bet few of you do. Do you know that what looks good on one OS (for example, Mac) can really look bad on another, such as Windows? The main reason is because the fonts used […]
In a previous MTE article, you learned how to create a unified desktop using the KDE 4 Oxygen themes for KDE, GTK, and Firefox. Oxygen is clean, simple, and visually pleasing, but some people want a little more flexibility. QtCurve is a theming system that gives you the configuring power to have varieties of themes, […]
One of the coolest things about being a Linux user can be showing off your slick custom interface to your friends. With the maturing of Grub 2 and kernel mode setting, we’ll soon all have a beautiful boot from start to finish. The step we’re covering today is customizing GDM, the login manager you likely […]