Now click on the “Settings” (right top) of Monitor and enable Show an indicator. If you want it to start in the background enable that as well. You may want to add com.github.stsdc.monitor to Startup if you want it displayed automatically when starting the computer on (settings —> Applications —> Startup).
As may you aware some applications comes in a dark theme version that break with the light elementary OS theme. If you are looking for how to make the dark apps light to match the rest of the themes this is the place. You can actually set different apps with different themes.
First you need a menu editor for this, type in terminal:
This guide will show you how to install run live wallpapers on elementary OS. NOTE: If you are low on RAM it’s no good idea with live wallpaper and if you’re a gamer make sure you have “gamemode” installed which you can find here.
Do you really need an anti-virus application for elementary OS. The short answer is no. The long answer is yes. If you exchange files with Windows machines and want to protect your friends and family from harm. There also have been cases lately of linux machines get infected of careless users.
This guide will show you how to install NOD32 Antivirus.
First download the application here: https://www.eset.com/ Go to download page and choose “ESET NOD32 Antivirus for Linux Desktop”. Remember to pick 64-bit.
When done downloading right click on the file and click Properties. Under Permissions set Owner to Execute.
Click on the downloaded file to start installation and follow the Setup Wizard.
You can also use this command in the terminal to launch NOD32 Antivirus;
This guide shows you howto change the color of the wingpanel. If you wish to have different color than shown in this guide I suggest installing Gimp from the App Center to easily get the RBG numbers.
Open the terminal and copy/paste;
Insert the following;
* wingpanel support *
transition: all 1s ease-in-out;
This will make your wingpanel white transparent. The 3 first number in RGBA is the color numbers. Use Gimp to find the color you want. If you want a black wingpanel, change all 255 with 0. The last number is how transparent the panel is going to be. It range from 0.0 (complete transparent) to 1.0 (Solid).