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Download 20+ Cool Themes For Ubuntu Linux

If you want to make your Ubuntu user interface more attractive and beautiful than ever then here is list of 20+ awesome themes for Ubuntu (Linux). These all themes are Free! and are available for download via Gnome Art. Do give them a try and do tell if you have got more Ubuntu themes worth sharing. If you are Microsoft Windows user then you might love these top 10 Windows 7 / Vista visual styles for Windows XP

Murrina Triomphe

Murrina Triomphe
Download Murrina Triomphe

Hardy Theme 2.0

Hardy Theme 2.0
Download Hardy Theme 2.0

Bamboo Zen

Bamboo Zen
Download Bamboo Zen

Lux Theme


Download Lux Theme

Burnt Orange Ice

Burnt Orange Ice
Download Burnt Orange Ice

Creamy

Creamy
Download Creamy

Glow

Glow
Download Glow

Moomex

Moomex
Download Moomex

Roy (Windows Royale)

Roy
Download Roy (Windows Royale)

Clearlooks Metallico

Clearlooks Metallico
Download Clearlooks Metallico

Aqua Dreams

Aqua Dreams
Download Aqua Dreams

Linux Mint

Linux Mint
Download Linux Mint

Real Minimal

Real Minimal
Download Real Minimal

Root Green

Root Green
Download Root Green

Light Coffee

Light Coffee
Download Light Coffee

Slickness Black

Slickness Black
Download Slickness Black

Murrina Aero

Murrina Aero
Download Murrina Aero

Tigris

Tigris
Download Tigris

Sofice

Sofice
Download Sofice

Blue Joy

Blue Joy
Download Blue Joy

Gaia Nova

Gaia Nova
Download Gaia Nova

Elegant Brit

Elegant Brit
Download Elegant Brit

Darker Ice Murrina

Darker Ice Murrina
Download Darker Ice Murrina

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    Anonymous6 years, 9 months ago

    You know… Linux is not Ubuntu. Can we please stop acting like Ubuntu is the only GNOME-using distro out there, please?

    None of these are Ubuntu specific, therefore they cannot really be considered UBUNTU themes, can they?

    This is one reason I gladly left for Arch, because at least Arch users can tell the difference between Linux, GNOME, and Ubuntu.

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      Wolverine6 years, 4 months ago

      Ofcourse you can apply those themes to other Linux distributions like Linux Mint, Fedora and openSUSE. For your information:

      Linux is an open-source version of the UNIX operating system.

      Ubuntu is a free Debian-derived computer operating system based on GNU/Linux.

      GNOME is a graphical user interface (GUI) and set of computer desktop applications for users of the Linux computer operating system.