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Windows 10 Theme For Linux And Ubuntu

February 8, 2016 - News
Windows 10 Theme For Linux And Ubuntu

Are you in love with Linux and Ubuntu, but not satisfied by the themes provided in this operating system? Well, here is good news for you. Now you can use the beautiful Windows 10 theme in your lovely operating system Linux and Ubuntu.

One of the greatest features of Linux is you can customize your system as you want. Isn’t cool?

This is why many people are in love with this old but gold operating system. Ubuntu mainly comes with two of its default themes namely Ambiance and Rediance. These both themes are quite simple but nice. Despite these, we want more. And Microsoft has done a great work in creating wonderful themes for Windows 10, and the best part is we can use these themes for Linux and Ubuntu.

Main Features of Windows 10 themes are:

• Matching pointer theme and icon theme.
• Terminal background color dark.
• Menu Black (only Cinnamon).
• App colors white.

Do you prefer using Linux but in love with Windows 10 look?

Windows 10 GTK themes are here for you. These themes have two versions dark and light, and the choice is yours which one you want to use.

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Linux gives freedom of customizing your OS. You can change its look and design. This is where Linux stand apart from other OS and it’s enough to prove its superiority. This feature is for them who like Windows 10 look but still prefer to work on their own favorite OS Linux.

Boomerang has developed well design themes which give you a feeling of working on windows while you are using Ubuntu. Changing the look and design of Linux using these windows themes is fun, and your system gives feeling that you are using windows. Grab these beautiful themes now and customize your look of the system.

To install Windows 10 Themes in Ubuntu 15.04/14.04/Linux Mint 17.x/17/other related Ubuntu based distributions open Terminal and copy the following commands in the Terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/themes
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install windos-10-themes