Best Linuxero Desktop: March 2014 - Results

The 10 best desktops of the month of our followers arrive in Google+, Facebook y Diaspora. It was really very difficult to decide because they have sent us excellent screenshots of their desktops. However, some really good copies were left out of the final list for not including desktop details (system, environment, theme, icons, etc.).

As always, this month there is a very interesting variety of distros, environments, icons, etc. To learn, imitate and enjoy! Will yours be on the list?

1. Mikail Fuentes

GTK theme: Greybird (default) Icons: Elementary Xfce darker + Numix circle Plank: Transparent Conky: Horizontal + Conky google now Covergloobus: Ibex Music player: Gmusicbrowser File manager: Thunar

GTK theme: Greybird (default)
Icons: Elementary Xfce darker + Numix circle
Plank: Transparent
Conky: Horizontal + Conky google now
Covergloobus: Ibex
Music Player: Gmusicbrowser
File manager: Thunar

2. Omar Navarrete

OS: Linux Mint 16 Desktop: Cinnamon Theme: zoncolorDarkNight Icons: eOSX-Dark Dock: Cinnadock Desklets: Analog clock and Weather

OS: Linux Mint 16
Desktop: Cinnamon
Theme: zoncolorDarkNight
Icons: eOSX-Dark
Dock: Cinnadock
Desklets: Analog clock and Weather

3. Alejandro Camarena

Distro: Ubuntu 13.10 Desktop Environment: Cinnamon 2.0.14 GTK Theme: GnomishBeige Cinnamo Theme: Void Icons: Compass Conky: Deep Blue (Conky Manager) Covergloobus: Kingdom Of Rust

Distro: Ubuntu 13.10
Desktop Environment: Cinnamon 2.0.14
GTK Theme: GnomishBeige
Cinnamo Theme: Void
Icons: Compass
Conky: Deep Blue (Conky Manager)
Covergloobus: Kingdom Of Rust

4. Tomás Del Valle Palacios

-Ubuntu 12.04 -LXDE desktop -Conky -Screenlets -Ubudao-style-1.4.5 icons -Cairo dock

-Ubuntu 12.04
-LXDE desk
-Conky
-Screenlets
-Ubudao-style-1.4.5 icons
-Cairo dock

5. Rodolfo Crisanto

Linux Mint Petra 16 - Cinnamon Cinnamon Theme: Numix Blue Cinnamon GTK3 Theme: Blumix Icons: aery-icons-v02 Wallpaper: less-is-more.

Linux Mint Petra 16 - Cinnamon
Cinnamon Theme: Numix Blue Cinnamon
GTK3 Theme: Blumix
Icons: aery-icons-v02
Wallpaper: less-is-more.

6. Armando Mancilla

elementaryOS icons: ieOS7

elementaryOS
icons: ieOS7

7. Matias Funes

-Crunchbang 11 Waldorf -Icons Moka -Openbox -Theme Waldorf -Conky Harmattan (with help from + Mikail Fuentes) -Wallpaper Breakdown the space

-Crunchbang 11 Waldorf
-Icons Moka
-Openbox
-Theme Waldorf
-Conky Harmattan (with help from + Mikail Fuentes)
-Wallpaper Breakdown the space

8. Jorge Dangelo

KDE desktop, midna theme, kaos flattr icons, "cat bed jump" background. Wallpaper

KDE desktop, midna theme, kaos flattr icons, "cat bed jump" background.
Wallpaper

9. Victor Salmerón

Distribution: Debian Wheezy Desktop Environment: Openbox Theme: Onyx Icons: Elementary dark Wallpaper: https://app.box.com/s/m8h884q94swvp71w7r49 Conky: miui (http://www.deviantart.com/art/Conky-Miui -216613544), mocp (http://guanatux.wordpress.com/2012/10/08/un-pequeno-script-para-conky/), popup (http://fezvrasta.deviantart.com/art/Conky- Popup-Fixed-193970985)

Distribution: Debian Wheezy
Desktop environment: Openbox
Theme: Onyx
Icons: Elementary dark
Wallpaper
Conky: miui, mocp, Popup

10. Cristhian Duran

Linux Mint 14 Petra Plank / Lukay Theme https://www.dropbox.com/sh/qg2f55dgnoa0syi/RB6A6ZRGJp Icons: Faience Conky Harmattan http://www.omgubuntu.co.uk/2014/01/conky-harmattan-for- linux

Linux Mint 14 Petra
Plank / Theme Lukay
Icons: Faience
Conky Harmattan

Yapa: Luis Alexis Fabris

Archlinux + Openbox Conky Harmattan Wallpaper http://imgur.com/R1mdLNJ Icons: Numix-Circle Tint2 Dock: Plank CovergloobusSimple

Archlinux + Openbox
Conky Harmattan
Wallpaper http://imgur.com/R1mdLNJ
Icons: Numix-Circle
Tint2
Dock: Plank
CovergloobusSimple


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  1.   patodx said

    I agree with the first place .. I want to go back to Linux .. fucking windows that I should use now ...

    1.    Hairosv said

      Why do you have to use windows again? (I've always used windows and now 8)

  2.   Felipe said

    I want the 6 wallpaper!

  3.   let's use linux said

    Congratulations to everybody who participated!

  4.   day said

    Very good 1, excellent desk.
    Thanks for choosing mine, the 8th

    1.    Alexander ponce said

      I like your desk better than the first one.

      1.    day said

        Thankssss 🙂

        1.    Janik Ramirez said

          I liked your desktop. Do you use KDE Plasma Netbook?

  5.   sergio said

    Someone tells me how I put the clock in the middle is 6, 5 I like it a lot too

    1.    Nhano said

      Hello, how are you? It's a conky, here is this link http://www.deviantart.com/art/eOS-395474726 😀 in case you like to apply it

  6.   Dhouard said

    I have already changed my wallpaper for the kitten. I love it!

  7.   Dr. Byte said

    Excellent very nice screenshots.

  8.   jamin-samuel said

    I would like to know what are the specifcations of capture number 5

    : )

    1.    Alexander ponce said

      - Cinnamon Theme: Numix Blue Cinnamon
      - GTK3 Theme: Blumix
      - Icons: aery-icons-v02

    2.    let's use linux said

      You just have to move the mouse cursor over the image to see the details.
      Cheers! Paul.

  9.   Ronin said

    They are all very good, although for me the best are the last two.

  10.   sephiroth said

    I liked 1 and 6 a lot 🙂

  11.   vidagnu said

    haha the 9 wallpaper is good!

  12.   eliotime3000 said

    Both in G + and in the forum I have posted the screenshot of my Debian + XFCE desktop.

  13.   Tesla said

    I love 7, 9, and YAPA (especially the latter) with OpenBox. It is incredible what can be achieved with that WM. Maybe I'll fiddle with OpenBox on a virtual machine to see what I get. Because I find it very very interesting, in addition to its lightness attracting attention.

    Anyway, they are all very pretty. Every time I see the results, it makes me want to fiddle with things.

    Congratulations to all!

  14.   Marco Lopez said

    Without a doubt, the Yapa is great, it even seemed like it was elementaryOS.
    I'm going to check if I can get there with Openbox and still with Arch: 3
    But only in MV: C
    Hahahaha… good screenshots, greetings!

  15.   jack john said

    Excellent very nice screenshots.