Last Updated on June 12, 2023
33. Burn My Windows
This extension is rather splendid eye-candy. There are lots of effects to choose from. We particularly like the T-Rex Attack and Matrix animations. For each class, there are tons of options to make your own truly personal animation for both the opening window animation and closing window animation.
If you want more eye candy, dip into our Linux Candy series.
34. Coverflow Alt-Tab
This extension replaces the output of Alt-Tab. You traverse through windows in a cover-flow way.
This extension just adds a garnish of aesthetic beauty to your desktop.
35. Material Shell
This extension may be an acquired taste. It aims to provide a modern desktop interface packaged as an extension.
It provides a spatial model and an interface that gives an at-a-glance of this model state. There is also a tiling engine which automatically arranges the application windows in a predictable and non-overlapping way. There’s hotkeys support and support for retrieving your preferred layout and window organization.
Watch the project’s video.
This extension is for the sports fans among you. It lets you view live scores for your favourite sports teams.
The extension supports the major European football tournaments including the English Premier League, LaLiga, Bundesliga, Serie A, Ligue 1 and UEFA Champions League.
American sports fans are catered for too with live scores for games from the MLB, NBA, NHL, and NFL.
Naturally, there are lots of other extensions available which may meet your specific needs.
If you prefer the KDE Plasma 5 desktop, check out these 33 excellent widgets.
Pages in this article:
Page 1 – Dash to Dock, Arc Menu, Section Todo List, OpenWeather
Page 2 – Internet Radio, Window-List, Custom Home Corners, Mpris Indicator Button
Page 3 – Vitals, Screenshot Tool, Net speed Simplified, Clipboard Indicator
Page 4 – Stocks-Extension, Timezone, Desktop Icons NG, GSConnect
Page 5 – Recent Items, you2ber, ddterm, Auto Move Windows
Page 6 – Places Status Indicator, Time ++, Just Perfection, Top Panel Workspace Scroll
Page 7 – Impatience, System monitor, Frippery Panel Favorites, Removable Drive Menu
Page 8 – No overview at start-up, Extension List, Caffeine, BlurMyShell
Page 9 – Burn My Windows, Coverflow Alt-Tab, Material Shell, Colosseum
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