Download 10 Beautiful Wallpapers for Your Ubuntu Desktop

A collection of beautiful wallpapers to beautify your Ubuntu Linux desktop even more.
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Default Ubuntu wallpapers look beautiful. But, if you want to top it off with wallpaper from another source, we’ve got your back.

You can take a look at our separate list of default Ubuntu wallpaper collections if that interests you.

Here, we’ve shared some of the best-looking wallpapers that you can apply to your Ubuntu system or any other Linux system.

Of course, you can just head to any search engine and look for wallpapers. Here, we try to list some of the classic favorites and wallpapers tailored for Ubuntu users.

Before you see them, I hope you know about changing wallpapers in Ubuntu.

How to Change Background Wallpaper in Ubuntu
This beginner’s tutorial explains various ways of changing desktop background in Ubuntu, along with some additional wallpaper management tips.

#1. Irem Desktop Wallpaper

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A colorful and poppy wallpaper is also available with Ubuntu written at the bottom-right. You can get it without the logo or with it from Gnome-looks or Pling store.

#2. Ubuntu Black

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A pitch dark wallpaper with just the Ubuntu logo to showcase. if you like totally minimal one-color wallpaper, this will be something to try.

#3. Ubuntu Material Wallpaper

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A material-theme wallpaper with Ubuntu’s logo on it. You can also find a version in the Gnome-look store without the logo.

#4. Ubuntu Tron Legacy

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Inspired by the ever-popular Tron Legacy movie, here’s a wallpaper without Ubuntu branding and an icon to show off the Tron legacy effect.

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#5. Abstract Carboard

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An abstract wallpaper that showcases cardboard and other shapes in a low-light setting. You can get similar choices from Unsplash.

#6. Nature Wallpaper

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If you are looking to have some mind-blowing photographs of nature’s beauty as wallpaper for your Linux system, this is one of the popular picks. You can find plenty of similar choices on Unsplash.

#7. Sci-Fi Star Wars

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Of course, a sci-fi wallpaper should always start with Star Wars as one of the most popular picks.

Try this on your desktop setup from Alpha Coders to make it look cool.

#8. Naruto Anime Wallpaper

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If you watch Anime, an art piece as wallpaper for your desktop featuring Naruto will be the best pick.

You can find more similar wallpapers at AlphaCoders.

#9. Neon Wallpaper

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A fantastic neon-themed wallpaper for your desktop.

You can find several similar desktop wallpapers available at Wallpaperflare.

#10. Minimal Landscape Wallpaper

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One of our favorite wallpapers to set for your desktop. You can check out the full resolution image at Wallpaperflare by clicking the button below.

Here's more on wallpapers

A true Ubuntu fan almost always likes the default Ubuntu wallpapers.

Every Ubuntu Default Wallpaper So Far
This is a collection of default Ubuntu wallpapers of all the releases so far. Each Ubuntu release is different from the other releases in various ways. Each release has a different code name and a different version number. I have explained the logic behind Ubuntu version and codenames so I

Here are some unique Linux wallpapers that double up as cheat sheets.

Download Linux Wallpapers That are Also Cheat Sheets
Get more out of your desktop with these Linux cheat sheet wallpapers. They are wallpapers but they also double up as cheat sheets.

Got multiple monitors? This trick will help you.

How to Set Different Wallpaper for Each Monitor in Linux
Brief: If you want to display different wallpapers on multiple monitors on Ubuntu 18.04 or any other Linux distribution with GNOME, MATE or Budgie desktop environment, this nifty tool will help you achieve this. Multi-monitor setup often leads to multiple issues on Linux but I am not going to

That's it. Enjoy beautiful wallpapers with beautiful Ubuntu.

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Abhishek Prakash

Abhishek Prakash

Created It's FOSS 11 years ago to share my Linux adventures. Have a Master's degree in Engineering and years of IT industry experience. Huge fan of Agatha Christie detective mysteries 🕵️‍♂️

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