Make Linux look like macOS
The ability to customize Linux and make it your own is one of the best things about running it on a computer. Yes, it’s even possible to make Linux take on the appearance of Apple’s iconic macOS if you want to do it.
Austin Long reports for MakeUseOf:
If you like Linux but enjoy the Mac aesthetic, you’re in luck! This article will guide you through the steps to make your Linux desktop behave and look like Apple’s macOS.
One of the great benefits of Linux is how you can shape it as you see fit. There are lots of different ways to customize your own desktop — you can even change how your icons look! Macintosh desktops have two defining features: the application dock and the menu bar. This guide will try and imitate them on Linux, along with other things.
Before anything else, if you want your desktop to look like a Mac’s, you’ll need to install the right themes. A Linux theme called macOS Sierra does exactly that. To download it, enter these lines into your terminal:
Ubuntu 17.04 will ship with GNOME 3.24
In recent years Ubuntu has not been known as a GNOME-friendly distribution, but that will change when Ubuntu 17.04 is released later this year. Ubuntu 17.04 will ship with GNOME 3.24.
Joey Sneddon reports for OMG Ubuntu:
The news about Ubuntu 17.04 shipping with GNOME 3.24 sparked a and the folks there certainly weren’t shy about sharing their opinions.
Top lightweight Linux distros for 2017
When it comes to Linux distributions, sometimes less is definitely more. This is particularly true if you are running older and less powerful hardware. Sometimes lightweight Linux distros can be a better bet than their more elaborate and hardware-hungry cousins.
A writer at Linux and Ubuntu has a helpful list of the top lightweight Linux distros to check out in 2017.
Mohd Sohail reports for Linux and Ubuntu:
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