How to make Ubuntu Linux look like Windows 7

Are you ready to make the jump to Linux, but scared of learning a whole new interface?

By Chris Hoffman, PC World |  Software, Linux, Ubuntu

These processes are a good demonstration of just how configurable Linux is. You can rip out software from the default desktop, use all sorts of themes, install a completely different desktop environment, or even build your own desktop environment by cobbling together pieces from different desktop environments--that's what we did in the last section.

Still not sold on Linux? If you'd just like to use the Windows 8 desktop without all of the operating system's funky design and interface changes, check out our guide on banishing the Metro UI from Windows 8.


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