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7 new but very beautiful conky setups for your linux desktop

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If you are a Linux user, you must already know about conky, one of the coolest Linux applications. Last year, Techdrivein introduced an awesome collection of beautiful conky configurations. But since we gradually have more Linux users, new conky setups have been created everyday. So here are 7 new but amazingly beautiful conky configurations that will make your Ubuntu/Linux destop look more awesome than ever.

Reloj Conky

It looks like a group of screenlets but it is actually conky ( means that it will consume less hardware resources than screenlets). You can choose either the horizontal version or the vertical version, both look equally amazing. You can download package and find the installing instruction for Reloj Conky here.

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