What desktop environment do you use? Most likely you use Gnome, KDE, XFCE, LXDE, or maybe something that isn’t as popular like Budgie. There is a new deskotp environment that is on the block. It is called “CuteFish”. It is a QT based desktop enviornment that is super user friendly. I am going to go over where you can get it, what it looks like, and what it’s features are.

I remember that on Reddit people were trashing the developer for being Chinese, lol.

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Are you the dev?

SudoDnfDashY
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I write the blog, yeah. I don’t work on CuteFish though.

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flbn
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do you happen to have any screenshot of what the UI looks like for some of the GUI? i don’t really enjoy most DE’s since my thinkpad is kinda low-spec but i like re-ricing every couple of months so i may have to check this out!

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58 monatoj

They have a screenshot on the official website for CuteFish OS.

Here: https://cutefish-ubuntu.github.io/

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oh this is stunning! thanks :)

@aronkvh
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it looks really pretty, but do keep in mind it’s pre-alpha software and won’t be ready for daily use for quite some time

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Edit: Sorry, I just now understand that TheKernelBlog has nothing to do with CutefishOS. Anyway, I think right now there is a lot left to be desired.

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Do I remember some how they’re connected to the jing os development? Are they the same?

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