One of the things that most appeals to Linux users is theirs immense ability to be personalized. This customization can range from changing the settings of the core Linux to adjust to our efficiency parameters, by manually configuring certain aspects of the system so that, for example, it backs up our files automatically to completely change the visual appearance.
Precisely to customize the visual appearance we will talk in this article, and is that with thousands of options available, Why will we settle for what is offered to us as standard? One of the advantages we have as Ubuntu users is that we can go anywhere we want and change whatever we want, so Why not tweak the look of our operating system?
To achieve this today we bring you Royal-Gtk Theme, A modern visual theme, elegant and according to the latest icon design trends, composed of elements dark i light based on Numix. In fact, it is a modification of the original Numix theme because it was too dark in some respects, and has been the work of Sultan Al Isaiee, who has since shared his work with the public.
As for the contents of Royal-Gtk we can highlight fewer dark colors, a dark toolbar for GTK3 applications, a theme dark for GIMP and Qt Creator, new OS X-like window controls and borderless windows. At first this theme was designed to work only with the Unity desktop, although under Linux Mint it also seems to work.
We take this opportunity to remind you that if you want to change the look of your Ubuntu then you need to have Unity Tweak Tool installed on your computer. To be able to use Royal-Gtk open a terminal and enter the commands we give you below:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/themes sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install royal-gtk-theme
Vine a leave us a comment with your experience if you dare to try it.