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How to install the Antu icon theme on Linux

Antu is a beautiful KDE icon theme that redesigns the drab, default Breeze look into a colorful, stylish one. It’s a great icon theme to use if you find the stock KDE icons dull. While Antu is a re-imagining of the KDE Plasma desktop’s Breeze icons, it also is compatible …

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How to install the OieIcons icon theme on Linux

OieIcons is a fun modification of the KDE Breeze icon theme, mixed in with Numix, Papirus, and others. It’s a beautiful icon theme to use on KDE Plasma 5, Gnome Shell, or other desktops if you’re looking for something neat and fresh. Here’s how to install it on your system. …

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How to install the Nordic GTK theme on Linux

Nordic is an interesting dark GTK theme for Linux. The color scheme for Nordic is very blue/dark gray, with a light green accent. Perfect for those looking for a nice, stylish dark GTK theme for the desktop. In this guide, we’ll go over how to install it. Install Git on …

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How to install the Tela icon theme on Linux

The Tela icon theme is a colorful, flat icon theme for the Linux desktop. It takes a lot of inspiration from Papirus, and many other Linux icon themes following the same design trend. However, Tela sets itself apart by offering users beautiful, unique, and artistic icons. You won’t find this …

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5 alternative desktop panels to try out on Linux

Sick of the default panel on your Linux desktop environment? Wishing you had a better panel with more features? If so, we’ve got you covered! Here are 5 alternative desktop panels to try out on Linux! 1.Tint2 Tint2 is a simple, lightweight panel for the Linux desktop. It is highly …

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How to install the Layan GTK theme on Linux

The Layan GTK theme is a futuristic, flat take on Linux desktop themes. The color that Layan uses is purple-ish blue and black. However, it also uses white in the color scheme with its “light” variant (similar to Arc or Adapta). Layan is an excellent, funky looking GTK theme for …

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How to install the Candy icon theme in Linux

Candy is an elegant, gradient style theme for the Linux desktop. It is colorful, and unique, and is unlike any other icon theme on the Linux platform. If you’re looking for a great new set of icons for your desktop and are sick of the popular themes, take a chance …

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How to set up the Korla icon theme on Linux

Love the Apple look but want something fresh? Check out Korla, a beautiful, modern icon theme for Linux. Its design is very similar to that of macOS and borrows a lot of design choices from Mac-like Linux themes, yet it differentiates itself by adding in flat app icons (something Mac-like …

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How to set up the Bubble GTK theme on Linux

Bubble is a variant of the famous Arc GTK theme. It looks very similar to Arc in a lot of ways in the overall design. However, the Bubble GTK theme is not Arc’s identical twin. For starters, the Bubble GTK theme offers users a Mac OS style window control buttons. …

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How to install the Adapta GTK theme color pack on Linux

Love the Adapta GTK theme but not happy with the default Cyan color scheme? If so, you may be interested in the Adapta GTK theme color pack. It contains the same great Adapta design, but gives users different color options, such as purple, red, blue, green, orange and many, many …

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