GUI environments are an important part of life for most people who use Linux workstations. Linux provides considerable choice in desktop environments, including both major integrated packages, such as KDE and GNOME, and roll-your-own solutions built around any of dozens of window managers and file managers. Linux distributions frequently customize their default environments with unique icons, background images, and desktop themes. You can accept these defaults or install your own themes and artwork.

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