#DeskFriday April 2024: Ours and a Top third party

DeskFriday April 2024: Ours and a Top third party

DeskFriday April 2024: Ours and a Top third party

As we reported in our last publication dedicated to the celebration of the «Desk Friday» corresponding to that of «DeskFriday – 29Mar24», for this month of April 2024 and from now on, we will only do a monthly publication. Therefore, today, the last Friday of this month, we will be showing you our GNU/Linux Desktop and our Linux customization.

So, without further ado, we invite you to enjoy this fun and interesting celebration of the Linuxverse, in which many Linux users participate on the Internet (RRSS/Telegram) every Friday of every month.

FridayDesktop 29Mar24: Ours and a Top 10 from third parties

FridayDesktop 29Mar24: Ours and a Top 10 from third parties

But, before starting this publication dedicated to celebrating the «Desk Friday of April 2024», we recommend that you then explore the previous related post with said celebration:

FridayDesktop 29Mar24: Ours and a Top 10 from third parties
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#DeskFriday 29Mar24: Ours and a Top 10 from third parties

FridayDesktop 07Jun23: Top 10 Beautiful Desks of the day

DeskFriday of April 2024: Top Desks of the day

Screenshots of our DeskFriday for April 2024

And, for this DeskFriday April 2024 We will be using the following GNU/Linux Distro and pieces of software:

  • Desktop Environment:XFCE.
  • Fonts: Ubuntu (Regular/Bold).
  • Port: Terminal Warp with the Neofetch command | Lolcat.
  • GNU / Linux Distro: Respin MilagrOS 4.0 – MX Essence (Based on MX-23 and Debian-12).
  • Taskbar: A bottom panel with various widgets and a custom Whisker Menu.
  • Desktop wallpaper: Wallpaper created with an online AI and the Capcut WebApp.
  • Desktop Layout: Without icons on the Desktop and with transparencies applied to the windows.
  • Themes: MX-Confort-Dark (Desktop), BeautyFolders (Icons), Ubuntu (Fonts) and Material_Cursors (Cursors).

Screenshots of our DeskFriday for April 2024 - 01

Screenshots of our DeskFriday for April 2024 - 02

Screenshots of our DeskFriday for April 2024 - 03

Screenshots of our DeskFriday for April 2024 - 04

Screenshots of our DeskFriday for April 2024 - 05

Many users compare their computers to their television. Both are packed with magical electronics and have big screens. Most have an implicit concept of a television: (1) you buy one; (2) you plug it in; (3) It works perfectly without failure for the next 10 years. They expect the same thing to happen with computers, and when it doesn't, they get frustrated. Andrew S. Tanenbaum

Top Screenshots of the Linuxverse IT Community

And then these are the 10 striking new screenshots for this Friday, which we have compiled from linuxers from the Internet:

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 01

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 02

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 03

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 04

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 05

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 06

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 07

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 08

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 09

Top Screenshots of the IT Community of the Linuxverse - 10

Although the computer industry is still young compared to other industries (such as automotive and aeronautics), it has progressed spectacularly in a short time. For the first two decades of their existence, computing systems were highly centralized, usually in a large, separate room. Andrew S. Tanenbaum

FridayDesktop 15Mar24: Ours and a Top 10 from third parties
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#DeskFriday 15Mar24: Ours and a Top 10 from third parties

Summary 2023 - 2024

Summary

In summary, we hope you have enjoyed, once again, the customizations shown today, corresponding to the «Desk Friday of April 2024». And we'll see you next last Friday of May, in a new publication of our online festival this year 2024. In order to continue enjoying the art of linux customization with all of you, our dear and faithful readers, and Linux users in general.

Lastly, remember to share this fun and interesting post with others, as well as visit the beginning of our «site" in Spanish. Or, in any other language (just by adding 2 letters to the end of our current URL, for example: ar, de, en, fr, ja, pt and ru, among many others) to find out more current content. Additionally, we invite you to join our Official Telegram channel to read and share more news, guides and tutorials from our website. And also, the next Alternative Telegram channel to learn more about the Linuxverse in general.


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