Are you a fan of the Mac interface, but prefer the functionality and flexibility of Linux? Or are you a Mac user who wants to transition into Linux? Well, guess what? You can have the best of both worlds. In this blog post, we will show you how you can make your Linux system look like a Mac.
Step 1: Install Gnome Tweak Tool
To start off, you need to install the Gnome Tweak Tool. To do this, open your Terminal and type the following command:
sudo apt-get install gnome-tweak-tool
Step 2: Install MacOS Sierra GTK Theme
Next, we need to install the MacOS Sierra GTK theme. To do that, type the following command into your Terminal:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:noobslab/macbuntu sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install macbuntu-os-icons-lts-v7 sudo apt-get install macbuntu-os-ithemes-lts-v7
Step 3: Apply MacOS Sierra GTK Theme and Icon Theme
Once you have installed the MacOS Sierra GTK theme, open the Gnome Tweak Tool and click on the Appearance tab on the left side. Then select MacOS Sierra as the GTK+ theme and the Icon theme.
Step 4: Change System Font
Mac uses a different system font than Linux. To make your Linux system look more like Mac, you can change your system font to SF Pro Display. To do this, open the Gnome Tweak Tool again and click on the Fonts tab on the left side. Then select SF Pro Display as the Window Title Font, Interface Font, Document Font, and Monospace Font.
Step 5: Install Plank Dock
Finally, to get the Mac-like dock at the bottom of your screen, install the Plank Dock. To do this, type the following command into your terminal:
sudo apt-get install plank
And that’s it! You now have a Linux system that looks like a Mac. Enjoy your new, more Mac-like Linux experience!