Xfce is a great lightweight desktop environment with one drawback. It looks old. Let’s see various ways you can customize Xfce to give it a modern and beautiful look.
Here is a tiny script that automatically changes wallpaper at regular intervals in your Linux desktop. And yes, you can choose your own wallpapers here.
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.
Xenlism theme pack will blow you away with its sheer beauty. See how to install this aesthetically pleasing theme on your Linux desktop.
Let’s have a look at some of the beautiful GTK themes that you can use not only in Ubuntu but other Linux distributions that use GNOME.