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Tips To Make Ubuntu Look Cool

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I am a cool geek (I think) and I want my Ubuntu box to be as cool as possible. Lately, Ubuntu is losing users and fans, but I do not care. Even if everybody starts to hate Ubuntu, I will use it. I love to explore things. At the moment Ubuntu is my home. Now, let me add some hot features to my Ubuntu box.


Your wallpaper is very important. It creates a hot or cold environment. No matter if you use your Ubuntu machine just for browsing, a nice warm wallpaper will make you feel better and will make your machine feel solid and cool. Who wants to use a Ubuntu machine with an ugly wallpaper! Or some Windows OS or Mac OS wallpaper!

Wallpapers express the emotional state of its user.

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