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|Originally Published: Sunday, 21 November 1999||Author: Mike Chan|
|Published to: news_learn_firststep/Firststep News||Page: 1/1 - [Std View]|
Make your Linux look kewl!
One of the best things about Linux is the ability to customize every aspect of the way Linux looks/feels/works. The most important customization to a lot of people is the way his or her desktop looks in X. To this end, most people run Gnome/E, KDE, WindowMaker, or their personal favorite Session/Window Manager. Whatever your manager may be, Themes.org carries a set Themes that can be plugged in and customized. If you've just installed Linux, head over to Themes.org and change that drab desktop of yours into your own.