Tweaking and customizing visuals in my system is not actually one of my topics of interest, but a tutorial about changing the GRUB boot screen’s background image has caught my attention. I don’t really like Fedora’s GRUB background – too many bubbles -, so the time has come to change it.
The author writes in this article:
Grub is used to select between two or more operating systems installed on your computer. Grub’s default background is black with white text, but it is possible to choose the background image of your choice. This tutorial will go through the process of creating your grub background and having Grub to show it next time you start your computer.
GRUB background image by George Notaras is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.
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