My first instructable was how to make Vista look like a Mac, but this time it's Linux. This is what your desktop will look like after you've done this.

Step 1: If you want, download a dock.

If you don't want a dock, just skip to step 2.
But if you do, follow this step. Open Ubuntu Software Center / Centre. Search "Docky" in the software center / centre. Then, download the program that matches the screenshot attached to this step, then open it in the "Accessories" category in the "Applications" menu. You can customize this dock by right-clicking the anchor and clicking settings. Add applications to the dock by dragging them into the dock from your desktop / "Applications menu"
<p>i ran the script in terminal it doesnt change automatically.</p><p>and also there is no option is shown in the themes tab for this</p><p>what do i do??</p>
<p>try http://www.mintosx.blogspot.com.ar</p>
I don't get it. Why would you take a perfectly good OS and make it look like something less? Can't be just for fun. Linux is already fun.
tell me how to make something look less like osX and i'll be impressed ;)
no offence but I think a linux distor that looks like MacOSX looks very cool.
But, that's not the name of this tutorial...
dont mind me im just hatin on apple ;) im done now :P

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