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Top 10 Coolest Fedora Themes

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If you are one of those open source aficionados using Fedora, you must be looking to lend a cool look to your system. What could be better than allowing a complete makeover to your Fedora. Well, there are fantabulous Fedora themes that can enhance your desktop, background, icons and more. Fedora theme are no simple delights, each of them patronize and symbolize the inherent nature of the ever improving operating system that is said to hold a greate future. For now, its your turn to make your Fedora appear fascinating and inspiring. We have assorted the top notch Fedora themes just for you.

1. Eden

Whew! Is what you could utter about this fedora theme with a more traditional approach. Build in pure aesthetics, it reminds of the garden of Eden. Roots extending below the ground, and flowers appearing on the branches of the tree could well signify the solid base of Fedora and the concept of free software. The flowering branches could match Fedora’s rapid growth. Just look at it you’ll know what I mean.
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2. Solar

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