Hello Everyone and thank you for joining me on this forum. I have downloaded numerous versions of Linux from Mint, Debian, Zorin (which I like) to Fedora. Under the hood I have no doubts about Linux a powerful and highly adapt Operating system but there is one BIG FLAW. It is so terrible on the eyes and looks like Windows 1!
Linux users are often keen to tell us that Linux empowers us by giving us freedom to make our desktop look like whatever we want but why can't I get it to look nice and shiny just like my Windows 7 OS or close? Call me a snob but I just cannot look at the bland, depressing folders or the smooth fonts that confront me. Linux users are often keen to tell me "You will get used to it after a while". They are wrong!
How can I make a Linux OS look shiny, pleasing on the eye with anti-liaised fonts and the whole works. Is it possible or am I forever stuck with a Model T-Ford when what I want is an Aston Martin?
Can anyone please point me in the right direction?