Latte Dock, amazing piece of software very customizable.
With the possibility of creating both, a top panel and dock, with everything you need to work.
It is not new that many of us like the visual aspect of Windows 10, thinking about that I created this Layout, with a Top Panel and a Dock.
I hope you enjoy it!! };-]
First of all, you need to install Latte Dock and a few Widgets or Plasmoids, to make it work properly.
> Installing Latte Dock
Latte Dock can be installed from the KDE store, Discover, is in almost every store in most distros, just do a search and click on install.
But if you prefer to do it from the terminal, these commands will help you:
- For Ubuntu users and derivatives:
- "sudo apt install latte-dock"
- For Arch Linux and derivatives:
- "sudo pacman -S latte-dock"
- For OpenSuse and derivatives:
- "sudo zypper install latte-dock"
- For Fedora and derivatives:
- "sudo yum install latte-dock"
> Importing Themes
To import the themes into Latte Dock you must run Latte Dock and then right click on any part of the Dock, then "Layouts" and "Manage Layouts", when the window opens look for "Import" click and Search where you have saved your downloaded theme file; now double click on the "In Menu" part, so you have access from the menu without opening the "Manage Layouts" window at any time, and that's all. Now you can enjoy any theme you like.
> Widgets or Plasmoids NEDDED!!
For Windows 10 Layout to work properly, you need to install these Widgets.
So right click on Plasma desktop and go to "Add Widgets", then "Get New Widgets" and then "Dowload New Plasma Widgets" and search for the next Widgets:
List of Widgets from left to right and Need to install
- Digital Clock WL
- System Tray
- Netspeed Widget
Need to install