HOWTO: Make The Linux Desktop Look Better, GNOME, FLUX, OPENBOX
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Prologue: So you maybe thinking, how do you get a desktop to look like this? Is it practical? Does It draw attention? Thats all up to you, responding to the term that i have heard over and over: "The beauty is in the eye of the beholder" and if my desktops do not attract you, there is no reason to make your's like mine. I have seen many different designs and styles that did not look attractive in my mind, and I never had any intention of making my desktop look like them. Feel free when using this guide.
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