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How to hide desktop icons on Linux

Desktop icons can be pretty useful for quickly launching apps. That said, not everyone likes having icons on their screens and prefer to use the app menu. If you want to shut off icons for your desktop icons on Linux, follow along with this guide. Gnome Shell Having desktop icons …

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How to install the Cabinet GTK theme on Linux

The Cabinet GTK theme is a beautiful, modern GTK theme for the Linux desktop. It takes inspiration from many flat style GTK themes on Linux (like Adapta, Materia, etc), and adds in new color accents such as blue, orange, and green. In this guide, we’ll show you how to get …

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How to install the Mcata GTK theme on Linux

If you like macOS Catalina and want to make your Linux PC look like it, the Mcata GTK theme is for you. It almost perfectly mimics the look of macOS Catalina, and it even includes both a dark and light variant. In this guide, we’ll show you how to install …

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How to install the Black Maia Gnome Shell theme

Black Maia is a beautiful, dark Gnome Shell theme. It goes well with the Manjaro Linux OS and is used on the official Gnome release. However, it is possible to use it on any Gnome-based Linux desktop. In this guide, we’ll go over how to set it up. Downloading Black …

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How to automatically hide desktops icons on Windows 10

Desktop icons can be both distracting and a source of clutter. One simple way to keep the desktop clean is to make a habit of saving files to properly named directories instead of dumping them on the desktop. If you, for example, download images for wallpapers, you can leave them …

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How to try the Regolith Linux desktop on Ubuntu

nsRegolith Linux sports an i3-based desktop environment that is designed to make i3 easy to use. It succeeds, and many can’t imagine using the i3 window manager without it! Regolith is built upon Ubuntu, so if you’re interested in trying the Regolith Linux desktop environment, there’s no need to clear …

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