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Conky Manager 2.0.2 Can Make Any Linux Desktop Beautiful

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This is actually a GUI for Conky, which is a lightweight system monitor for the X server. Having to manage the files and to configure the application is pretty hard and time-consuming when you’re not using an interface.

Conkies are a great way of enhancing the desktop of any Linux distribution and the application has been around for a long time, but it recently got a little more traction with the community. Users have been looking for a novel way of beautifying their desktops and people have just found out that Conky does this job beautifully.

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