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10 Of The Best Linux Desktop Screenshots

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One of the best thing that I love about Linux desktop is its flexibility and the ability to tweak and customize every single part of it to your liking. For those who are put off by the default ugly desktop (especially the brown desktop of Ubuntu) and have absolutely no idea how to decorate your desktop, here are 10 of the best desktop customization screenshots (sourced from deviantArt) that could inject some inspiration to your creativity.

1) My Desktop by ramios

A clever use of transparency to make the windows stand out. Notice that most of the icons in the AWN dock are of black and grey shade that complement the dark theme.

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GTK2.0 Theme: Overglossed by TheRob [link]
Emerald: Overglossed by TheRob [link]
Icons: Black-White 2 Neon/Style by DBGtheKafu [link] [link]
Wallpaper: Grassy Sunset by mattyv8 [link]
AWN Theme: Liquid-Black-Glas by Phlox [link]
Cursors: Blue Glass XCursors 3D by ezteban [link]

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