Changing Linux GNOME Desktop Fonts Is Easier Than You Think

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April 20, 2017 - 8:00am
GNOME is one of the oldest and most popular desktop environments for free and open source operating systems. The interface has a reputation for being simple and easy to use, almost to a fault. Many Linux users in particular want to customize every aspect of their desktop, and GNOME doesn’t provide many options out of the box. But GNOME is actually very customization friendly. Downloading GNOME extensions and installing the GNOME Tweak Tool are all you need to do to radically change what you see on screen. Except there’s one giant, seemingly obvious oversight. These tools don’t let you change all the fonts. Fortunately...Read the full article: Changing Linux GNOME Desktop Fonts Is Easier Than You Think


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