Linux under the hood is important in how the system installs applications, configures some settings, and more, but the overall look of the computer, known as a the Graphical User Interface (GUI or UI) is controlled by the Desktop Environment. Many desktop environments for Linux means that however your system works under the hood, you can have the look and layout that you want. If you are used to a Windows platform, you can setup your Linux computer to look like that platform. If you prefer the Mac interface you can install that setup as well. If you would like to try something all together different, you can even do that with Linux. Browse the catalog of desktop environments to find a look that fits your needs.
Our site logo is inspired by the Font Awesome 'Toggle On' button, the Linux color scheme, and the official Linux mascot, 'Tux' the Penguin. Tux is used with acknowledged permission of Larry Ewing and the GIMP Project. Basically we wanted the logo to say, "Linux is ON".