You may have seen some stunning looking Ubuntu desktop on some website, blog or forum and might have wondered (especially if you are a beginner) how come their Ubuntu Unity desktop look so great while yours is just okay in the default state. We have already see how can you customize your Ubuntu Unity by changing the theme using MyUnity. In fact you can make your Ubuntu look like Mac by tweaking Ubuntu.
Despite that there are several blog posts and articles available on how to tweak Ubuntu Unity, they are not consolidated and are very heterogeneous and inconsistent. The beginners usually refrain themselves from playing around with Ubuntu Unity which is not a good thing as users are always encouraged to take charge of a Linux system.
Probably this is the reason why Wai Moi of FrenchFortuneCookie has written this wonderful guide “Unity Customization Guide” which goes well along with both beginner as well as experienced Ubuntu user.
The guide contains several tweaks with the tools instructions, links, details and pictures. It focuses extensively on MyUnity and CompizConfig Settings Manager. The first version of the Unity Customization Guide contains 78 pages in total. It is also suitable for users who do not have continuous internet connection. The guide is available for free to download.