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How to install the Zafiro icon pack on Linux

The Zafiro icon pack is a flat, clean icon theme created for Linux users. It follows along with the ever-popular flat design scheme that many other Linux icon themes stick to these days, but with a twist. Each of the icons is carefully crafted, well colored, and beautiful to look …

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How to install macOS Catalina icon theme on Linux

Do you want to change your boring Linux system icons to match the new, upcoming Apple macOS Catalina? If so, this guide is for you! Follow along as we go over how to install and set up the macOS Catalina icon theme on Linux! Download macOS Catalina icons The macOS …

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How to install the McMojave Linux theme

The McMojave GTK theme allows Linux users to transform their desktop environment into something that looks close to the new Mac OS Mojave update. It supports all Linux desktops (so long as they support the latest GTK2 or GTK3), including Gnome Shell, XFCE4, Cinnamon, and others. McMojave comes with a …

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How to reset Windows 10 appearance and color

We cover a lot of different tips for modifying how Windows 10 looks. More often than not, we edit the Windows registry to get the job done. The edits are small and mostly harmless but modifying the registry always comes with some risk which is why you should always back …

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How to install the Ultimate Maia GTK theme on Linux

Ultimate Maia is an “easy on the eyes” Material Design theme for GTK and Gnome. It consists of deep flat colors and various accents. It mirrors the Google Material Design specifications and was made famous by being the default theme setup for Manjaro Linux. However, it’s possible to enjoy this …

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How to install the Elementary OS desktop on Fedora Linux

For the first time, Elementary OS’s desktop environment is available for Fedora users in the new version 30 release. In this tutorial, we’ll show you what it takes to get the latest version of Pantheon up and running on Fedora Linux. Note: don’t want to use Fedora but want to …

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How to install the Ambiance Crunchy Grub2 theme on Linux

If you’ve followed our theme guide for Ambiance Crunchy, you might be interested to know that the creator of that theme also has a Grub2 bootloader theme. It follows the same design style, and it’s a great addition if you’re trying to complete the Ambiance Crunchy look. Installing the Ambiance …

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