Many people liked the Interface of Windows 10 because now it carries all those features which Linux already have from years. Do you like the look of Windows 10 but don't want to use it? Here we brought Windows 10 GTK themes for you, this theme offers two versions Light and Dark, you can use whatever you like. But hold on, now many people will say like 'why you are so obsessed by other operating systems and so, Linux is great OS', yeah I do agree that many geeks consider Linux above all operating systems. The superiority of the Linux shows that you can do whatever you like to do with your OS, change look/design and so, that's called freedom. We should appreciate new comers to Linux instead of letting them down, and people leave Linux because they think it is quite difficult to survive with this OS.

Mainly this theme is targeting new comers to Linux or the people who like the look of Windows 10, so please if you don't like it then don't use it. There are Windows 10 icons available on gnome-look but we can't share them because of proprietary license and copyright issue, since this theme is for GTK and designed by individual licensed under GPL, so there is no copyright issue. This theme works well under Cinnamon and Xfce Desktop environments as we tested, but it can work under other desktop environments too such as Unity, (Gnome has some issues with it but you can still try). This theme pack is now compatible with following desktop environments: Cinnamon, Unity, XFCE 4, OpenBox 3, Gnome Shell, Lxde, Mate, GTK 3.6+, KDE Plasma 5. You can use Unity Tweak ToolGnome-tweak-tool or Ubuntu-Tweak to change icons/themes.

Update: We released new update in the PPA for 16.04 and 15.10, that's the reason you are seeing this post again. You can now download Metacity in different colors for this theme.

To install Windows 10 Themes in Ubuntu 16.04 Xenial/15.10 Wily/14.04/Linux Mint 18/17/other related Ubuntu based distributions open Terminal and copy the following commands in the Terminal:

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