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As usual click the images for full size...
 
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Arch Linux x64
XFCE 4.10
Window Manager: XFWM4

WM Theme: Axiom (Dark), opacity at 75%, Source Sans Pro font.

UI Theme: Zukitwo (top panel forced to match WM title bar colour, with 60% opacity).
Wallpaper: Mirrors Edge (link)
Icons: Faience

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So Linux Got Steam,Spotify, Popcorn Time, Chrome with all its webapps (Office,OneNote,) ,VLC,that means that linux its almost ready to be my main OS, im srry Windows But linux its my lover. Just need Adobe and im set and ready.

 

Using Elementary OS Black Theme Default Icons,  Wallpaper from default pack.

 

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Really enjoying ElementaryOS. Simple.

 

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Here is my screenshots :p

 

Debian, i3WM installed on and I don't actually remember where I got the bg from :s

 

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I hear there's a distro out called snapshot Linux or something like that.. Might be worth a try

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Im using Debian on an old laptop

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Im using Debian on an old laptop

 

Got a desktop to share with us? :)

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Mint 17 MATE.

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thought i would try out Mint 17

 

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thought i would try out Mint 17

 

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What do you think of it?

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only been using it for a few hours but its very very nice

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Linux Mint 17 - KDE 4.13.3 / dual monitor custom panel configuration - LIGHT theme for August. 

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