Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf Gets Official Wallpaper, Download Now


Canonical has released the official wallpaper for Ubuntu 15.10 Wily Werewolf. The wallpaper follows the ‘Suru’ design patterns and features some humble changes. Read more about it and download using the link given below.

buntu 14.10, codenamed Wily Werewolf, is just a month away from its official release. The daily builds are available for download and Linux enthusiasts are testing the OS on their machines. Here’s another reason for them to get excited: Ubuntu 14.10 has got its official wallpaper.

The official wallpaper of Ubuntu 15.10 has been made available in Launchpad for download. I wasn’t expecting much changes as Canonical doesn’t like any fancy alterations. The last major change happened few years ago when they changed the color scheme from orange tint to purple.
There are some subtle changes from the Ubuntu 15.04 wallpaper and it borrows its design from the same origami-inspired ‘Suru’ design. The new wallpaper is much lighter in color, a little more orange tint at the top and it feels good to eyes. The rectangular sections remain there with some changes – the folding pattern of Origami, of course.
For comparison, take a look at the default Ubuntu 15.04 default desktop wallpaper:
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The wallpaper is designed by Alex Milazzo, a Canonical Design Team’s member. The daily builds of Ubuntu 14.10 Wily Werewolf are not having this wallpaper and you need to download it and set as your background.
Download the high quality wallpaper in 4096×2304 resolution from the link below.

 Ubuntu 15.10 Wallpaper

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