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6 Beautiful Ubuntu Desktop Customizations

I recently installed Ubuntu as my primary OS after seeing Ubuntu for Phones UI and I am pretty much impressed by the OS. Before Ubuntu, I used to use Windows 7 and Mac OS X Lion, but I have to say Ubuntu is the fastest and smooth of all. I am finding myself to get stick to Ubuntu 12.04 LTS release and will use it as my primary work environment from now.

I always like to customize my Desktop, whether its Windows, or Mac and now Ubuntu. And for this, I searched for user customizations from the Ubuntu Community and I got some cool results. So, I decided to gather up some Desktop Customizations on Ubuntu OS.

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I am still trying out some apps to change and manipulate the GUI  according to me. Well, I will soon compile list of apps which can be used to put custom interfaces on your Ubuntu OS.

Beautiful Ubuntu

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Aishwar Babber

Aishwar Babber is a passionate blogger and a digital marketer. He loves to talk and blog about latest tech and gadgets, which motivates him to run GizmoBase. He is currently practicing his digital marketing, SEO, and SMO expertise as a full time marketer on various projects. He is an active investor in Whatdoiknow and AffiliateBay.

1 thought on “6 Beautiful Ubuntu Desktop Customizations”

  1. And how can we re-create the desktop that is presented in the first screenshot? Looks very “airy”? Does it require much from the system’s resources? I have a quite new but cheap netbook, which gets slow sometimes.

    I run Zorin OS, an I wonder if these desktops can be used on this distribution. I guess so, except for the one shown in the second screenshot. That seems to use Unity, while Zorin uses Gnome.

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