Archive of posts with category 'Customization'
Additional Solus themes and icons can make your already beautiful desktop look awesome! You can insatall themes manually and from the repository.
Firefox scrolling is far from smooth by default. In this post, I will show you how to enable smooth scrolling in Firefox (1) by changing configs of Firefox and (2)...
Did you know that XFCE terminal supports the drop-down mode? In this post, you will learn to enable the XFCE drop-down terminal. A drop-down terminal is very useful to have...
Manjaro is well pre-configured by default. But you till can do to improve your user experience with these 10 things to do after installing Manjaro.
DockBarX is probably the best taskbar for the XFCE desktop. This tutorial shows you how to install DockBarX in XFCE and make basic configurations.
In this article, you will learn how to customize Ubuntu 18.04 by installing additional themes and make its layout look different from the default.
A comprehensive tutorial on what to do after installing Ubuntu 18.04 thought for various levels of users, from novice to experienced. The best list ever!
This windows like panel in Linux Mint with icons only taskbar provides more space to easily deal with multiple applications. For users who are migrating from Windows to Linux, it...
Xfce default theme is not nice-looking. But you can make Xfce look modern and beautiful if you install and configure some extra desktop themes and icons.