We recently told you about Ubunlog the new version of Zorin OS, Zorin OS Lite for limited equipment. We already mentioned that, in addition to being indicated for computers with few resources, both this version and its big sister for more conventional computers are especially suitable for newcomers to Linux for their looks similar to Windows.
Also, if you looked at the images that accompanied the article, you would notice that the visual theme of Zorin OS it is very striking and attractive, While mimicking the look of Windows. The contrast of colors is enough eye candy as for calling any fan of customization, this is undeniable.
Well, that’s exactly why today in Ubunlog we will talk about how to get the look of Zorin OS in any distro based on Ubuntu quickly and in a few steps. Let’s go there!
How to install Zorin OS themes and icons
Zorin OS themes and icons are available for versions of Ubuntu 14.04 and higher, Including derivatives such as Linux Mint. The icons and themes come in four different colors: blue, green, red, and orange, so that everyone can fit in the package and the theme that suits them. Themes can also be found in dark and light versions.
per install Zorin OS themes open a terminal and run these commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/themes sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install zorinos-themes
In this way the visual themes will be installed. The next item on the list is install Zorin OS icons. To do this, open another terminal and enter these commands:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/icons2 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install zorinos-icons
And that should be enough to have Zorin OS icons and themes in Ubuntu and its derivatives. If you dare to install the package and try it do not hesitate to leave us a comment with your experience and your impressions.