Stupid Simple App to create Light & Dark Wallpapers in GNOME

Got photo images in both light and dark style? There’s a super simple application to set them as dynamic wallpapers in GNOME 42+ desktop. As you may know, GNOME 42+ support light and dark wallpapers that change automatically depends on system color scheme. Ubuntu 22.04 does not support the feature, but in upcoming Ubuntu 22.10… Continue reading Stupid Simple App to create Light & Dark Wallpapers in GNOME

[Quick Tip] How to Set Solid Color Background in Ubuntu 22.04

This quick tutorial shows how to easily set a solid color as background wallpaper in your Ubuntu 22.04 PC/laptop. To stay focused and increase productivity, user may set a solid color desktop background which can also reduce eye strain. And, a black background will consume significantly less power especially for AMOLED displays. If you already… Continue reading [Quick Tip] How to Set Solid Color Background in Ubuntu 22.04

5 Ways to Make Your Photos as Wallpaper Slideshow in Ubuntu 22.04

Got some beautiful photo images? Let me show you how to set them as desktop slideshow, so it will be your Ubuntu background wallpaper and switch automatically in certain time interval. Option 1: Use Shotwell Using Shotwell is the easiest way to do the job in Ubuntu. You don’t need to install anything, as it… Continue reading 5 Ways to Make Your Photos as Wallpaper Slideshow in Ubuntu 22.04

Automatically Set Bing’s Daily Image as Wallpaper in Ubuntu 20.04

Want to automatically set the background & lock screen wallpaper once per day to Microsoft Bing image of the day? It’s easy to do this in Ubuntu via an Extension. For Ubuntu 18.04, Ubuntu 20.04, Ubuntu 20.10, and all other Linux with Gnome Desktop, a lightweight Gnome Shell Extension “Bing Wallpaper” make it possible to… Continue reading Automatically Set Bing’s Daily Image as Wallpaper in Ubuntu 20.04

‘Komorebi’ Display Clock & Animations on Ubuntu Desktop

Komorebi is a Linux wallpaper manager that provides fully customizable backgrounds, e,g., show date and time on desktop. Wallpapers included by default range from animated ones, still, and gradients! See screenshots below. A settings dialog is available to launch by right-clicking on desktop and choose what to display. Wallpapers are located in /System/Resources/Komorebi/, you can… Continue reading ‘Komorebi’ Display Clock & Animations on Ubuntu Desktop

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