Happy New Year! 2016 still see’s me running Arch with Gnome-Shell. I couldn’t be happier.
Before I start I need to say this, I am a creature of habit. When I get a setup on my desktop I find it very hard to change.
It’s summertime on the boulevard, and this beautiful Arch Linux desktop takes us down to the beach. Our friend dobbie03 submitted it, and here’s how he made it.
In my last few screenshots I was using Manjaro but I started having a fair few issues with Manjaro so I decided it was time to use Arch proper. I’m glad I made the move, I haven’t had a reinstall for a good 3-4 months which is a very long time for me, my boot times are quicker and overall the desktop seems snappier.
So after a stint of 3-4 months on pure Arch I am back to Manjaro (it's a long story I don't want to talk about :) ) with Gnome-Shell (as per usual) and I am really loving Manjaro again. It's the stability, this distro just keeps improving.
So, however many months later I am still on Manjaro. What a distro. Perfect and reliable. I have zero issues. Updates are regular and easy to install.
Ahhhh, Manjaro. Still solid, still reliable.
So I have been using Manjaro Linux for quite sometime now and I have to say that it is the most stable reliable OS I have ever used, not one crash, force close, hiccup, nothing at all.
I just installed the new Linux Mint 16 Petra RC. Best Mint release yet, so far it has been a smooth ride. The login screen looks amazing with the slightly moving background.
So I have had eOS installed on a spare drive for quite sometime and only recently decided to jump full time into using it as my main OS. I don't know why I have waited so long as eOS is quick, light, reliable (other than the odd crash of Pantheon-Files) and amazing to look at.
This is my Linux Mint 15 Cinnamon setup.
Never have I been on one distro for so long, 5 weeks so far! That is a record for me. Ubuntu 13.04 + Cinnamon has been absolutely solid and reliable. I have made a few changes to my conky which I originally posted in my Lambo Desktop, I have added another panel on the left side with a few additions like Gmail,…
I am absolutely loving the new release of Cinnamon Shell in Ubuntu 13.04. I like to try and keep a clean desktop but I also like to see what my PC is up to at the same time. Anyway, details as follows:
I am using Ubuntu 13.04 with Gnome-Shell.