10 Best Modern GTK Themes for Your Linux
The standard GNOME theme is very classic (Adwaita), because it is what they test and recommend, however, you can improve the look of your GNU/Linux by changing the theme and for a better experience.
How to install themes?
Recalling that it is interesting to have GNOME Tweaks installed, examples:
And then follow these steps:
1. Download the theme, example:
You can download via http, git, via command line, or any other means you find
2. Unzip the file (if it is compressed):
We recommend you to use the application extract, it is simple and easy to use!
3. Move to your
If there is no such directory in your home folder, create:
Attention: If within the theme you download there are * variants * within it, move the variants. The root folder has the
index.themefile inside it directly.
4. Open GNOME Tweaks and choose the theme
Alt + F2 and type:
gnome-tweaks, or run this command in terminal
5. Choose the theme that appears:
Choose the line Applications, if you have not yet changed Adwaita (default), click and change to the name of the theme you want, see image below:
Alternatively you can change the theme via the command line using gsettings with the command:
Or by changing the
vim ~/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.ini file and defining the theme in that file:
I selected the 10 best ones that I tested currently according to the date of publication of this post, they are in the order of the ones I like the most!
06. Mint Aqua
02. macOS Transparent
Download macOS Transparent Theme
01 - Arc Theme