Just desktop thread. Old thread: >>2205888
>inb4 wangblowsi'm trying it out.previous>>84396957
>>2215585I thought this was /g/... my apologies...>>/g/84396957
>>2215565based POP_OS chad
ik there are better desktops, but this is comfy for me so im vibin.
>>2215593nice desktop fellow endeavour
>>2215573Is there a current one ?
>>2215612nice shapoco wallpaper, have this one on my windows vm
>>2215693 was meant for >>2215609 im retarded
>>2215565It's an old as hell download, but by any chance did any of you guys ever save Varzeki's rice? From https://github.com/Varzeki/RiceLike a dumbass I never saved it and now that I actually wanted to check it out, turns out he nuked his github a while back. Would suck if it was lost forever.
>>2215565Seeing the desktop that i posted being used posted by a different op is very funny to me, especially since i dont even use gnome and use kde now since gnome was irritating me.
>>2215565Fellow man of taste, I have that also. Love images that show scale
just got into linux last week, i still have to learn how to use a tiling wm.also does anyone ever got a custom new tab on Firefox to work? I've used that script on github but it still doesn't work, decided to settled with vivaldi.
>>2216017posted in the previous thread too but where do people download their music from?? All the stuff I've used almost never has any metadata on the tracks. Do you just write the metadata yourself or wat? Help a retard out
>>2216019soulseek + musicbrainz picardI use spotify though personnaly
>>2216019I usually buy them either from Bandcamp, Torrenting, or Beatport, but I usually look on discogs for making the Metadata for the files and such, foobar is good for it as well.
>>2216019YouTube Music provides 128k opus, which should be enough. For metadata use the --add-metadata option with yt-dlp.
>>2216021>>2216073>>2216084thanks frens i will check them out
Go a new computer a few months ago, now I can actually run shit
PROTECT THE RICH
it's on wayback machine anon: https://web.archive.org/web/20200917173657/https://github.com/Varzeki/RiceI think Linux Mint cured my distro hopping addiction
>>2216156Here you go anon
hey im new here but what are those windows with text or how do you get to customize the pc this way? i only have animated and still wapapers how you get thing s like these?>>2216154>>2216106>>2215925>>2215589
>>2216175Not him, but thank you!
>>2216320How can I get this? It's awesome btw
>>2216253i have no idea what os are you using hut I'd assume you're using windows? the text thing is called terminal, similar to what command prompt/powershell is on windows. they're displaying a program called neofetch, often used to show the info of your system and customization like what theme are you using, what linux distro you're using, your window manager/DE etc. you can also get it on windows.you can modify your windows in a lot of ways, you can change your theme, icon packs, the taskbar, how some certain application looks and a lot more. here's a guide to get you up to speed into windows customization or as people usually call it, ricing https://www.ricing.chloechantelle.com/however as you can see that even something as simple as changing your theme required some "hacks" because windows does not natively support it and there's always a chance that it'll break after a windows feature update. the scene for windows ricing is also relatively small (and some of them locked their stuff behind a paywall) so the amount of customization you can do is not that much compared to say, linux.most of the desktop that's posted here are based on linux, it offers the level of customization that windows simply doesn't. you can change almost everything about it, don't like your current desktop environment? you can change it. you like your current DE but you hate the file manager or any apps that it comes bundled with? you can change it, even with apps from another DE. the scene for custom theme and icons are also pretty huge compared to windows and making your own is actually not that hard. for starters, if you really wanna go deep into it you can immediately jump to a distro like arch, but for a better out of the box experience I'd recommend distro like Pop! OS, endeavourOS or linux mint (anything but manjaro). and you can start figuring stuff out by yourself, there are tons of guide for linux ricing on the internet.
>>2216345get what? debian?
>>2215573gib top pepe plox
>>2215573is that browser some version of firefox?it looks cosy af
>>2215925xfce + bspwm works better than what i expected. still pretty uninspired for now but i like it as it is. and god the excessive amount of blue on my old desktop is quite an eyesore now that i look at it again.
>>2216426It is firefox with userchrome
didn't know that /w/ used Linux distros
>>2216593Anon, what is that file system theme/rice?