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Lets see your desktop!
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Okay everyone let's see them desktops, unless you have privacy issues.



My Ubuntu Mate Desktop, sort of Mac OS looking.

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(08-17-2018, 07:55 PM)Mattsorens Wrote: Okay everyone let's see them desktops, unless you have privacy issues.



My Ubuntu Mate Desktop, sort of Mac OS looking.

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Here's my MX Linux 17 desktop.

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Triple the fun

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#4
This is more a picture of my setup.  In front is an XPS 15 I recently picked up.  It turns out the Linux compatibility is a PITA compared to the XPS 13 models.  I'm still trying to sort out several issues but have a respin of Ubuntu on it.  Behind that are my displays.  I currently have two desktops.  A window machine runs my work stuff, mostly AutoCAD.  I have a second desktop currently running Ubuntu MATE for all my personal stuff.  When switching between the two I manually move the cables between the two machines.  The new laptop replaces an Ideapad Y570 that is now serving as the HTPC.  This has in turned moved the old HTPC laptop to home server duties which bumps the old Athlon II server to NAS duties which bumps the old Athlon I NAS into the trash.  Part of the fun part of upgrading one device in my house is that it usually means every devices gets upgarded.

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(08-17-2018, 08:01 PM)MyDogWags Wrote:
(08-17-2018, 07:55 PM)Mattsorens Wrote: Okay everyone let's see them desktops, unless you have privacy issues.



My Ubuntu Mate Desktop, sort of Mac OS looking.

[Image: Screenshot_at_2018-08-17_15-36-33.png]

Here's my MX Linux 17 desktop.

How do I post the image inline, not as an attachment?

I use an image hosting site -Postimage.org and post a link to it in the insert image function.
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Here's my Fedora 28 Xfce setup.
(This picture is from a reddit post I did a while back)


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Bunsenlabs (openbox on Debian 9 base) with my own customised themes including wallpapers, Conky and menus:

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There is also a walk-around video on my channel:

https://youtu.be/TUXohePdiR4
Rob from the Ubuntu Kingdom
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#8
This is my Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon desktop
I try to avoid desktop clutter, so I don't have any icons on my desktop. Instead, I keep everything on my taskbar.
To the right of the Mint Menu, is a places icon, followed by an application dock. I've even included the waste basket among the icons on the right.


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My Mint Cinnamon Workstation is a Solus Budgie Look alike because Solus is such a Beauty and a clean approach and Mint is uber stable and everything just works great.

-Edit-
And Bose sounds to boomy - I found it out the hard way by buying this overpriced 2.1 System myself Wink

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(08-17-2018, 11:02 PM)davonuk Wrote: This is my Linux Mint 19 Cinnamon desktop
I try to avoid desktop clutter, so I don't have any icons on my desktop. Instead, I keep everything on my taskbar.
To the right of the Mint Menu, is a places icon, followed by an application dock. I've even included the waste basket among the icons on the right.

Like the Babylon 5 atmosphere.
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