Check Out This Eye Candy Ubuntu Theme For Windows 10

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This post is for those Linux lovers who are fans of the beautiful look it has and are somewhat tired of the Windows 10 look – it’s nice to change things up every now and then after all.

The visual style of the Maverick theme for Windows 10 is inspired by that of Ubuntu’s Ambience theme.

is a Windows 10 theme (‘visual style’) inspired by the look of the default Ubuntu theme ‘Ambiance’ and it does a good job at helping your Windows portray a fresh identity.

According to the author of the theme, dpcdpc11,

“Maverick brings you the Ubuntu look to your Windows 10. Finally you can enjoy the orange and dark grey style with this redesigned theme that mixes the best from Ubuntu and flat clean elements, giving a beautiful and modern look to your PC.”

It is important to know that the theme is not keen on pixel point accuracy so don’t expect it to completely transform your Windows 10 desktop into an Ubuntu clone 100% with a left-aligned panel, a Dash app launcher, etc.

Maverick 10 uses Ubuntu’s icons and its theme as a base. It works the color scheme, font, window borders, among other visual elements of Ambiance into a theme that complements the Windows 10 UX sufficiently.

The pack also comes with a folder theme, an Ubuntu-coloured wallpaper, a windows cursor scheme and a matching PotPlayer skin.

Installing The Ubuntu Theme for Windows

We don’t have a tutorial out yet on how to install this theme because we haven’t tried it out for ourselves yet but thankfully, the theme maker over at DeviantArt page offers a comprehensive set of instructions that you can follow.

Head on over to download the theme and let us know about your findings by dropping your comments.

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