Introducing Nomad Desktop

focusing on simplicity it integrates with the KF5 stack to offer a fresh desktop experience.

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Menu

Nomad Desktop offers an intuitive menu that enables quick access to your installed programs.

Notifications

Indicates new notifications and gives a one-click access to view them or dismiss them.

Networks

Enables the user to quickly manage networking devices, set up proxies and more.

Audio

Perfect to manage audio inputs and outputs, change audio streams for apps and media controls.

KDE PLASMA RE IMAGINED

Using a special blend of aesthetics and functionality, Nomad Desktop aims to extend Plasma to suit new users without compromising its power and flexibility for experts.

Innovation and invention are key precepts of Nomad. Efficiency, elegance and empowerment drive our development processes.

BUILT ON PLASMA 5

Nomad Desktop adds extra functionality to the default KDE Plasma 5 user experience.

Built using the Qt 5 toolkit Nomad Desktop offers users new widgets to use in their Plasma 5 desktops.

CODE BREAKDOWN

Most of our development is done in Qt and AML. We also use Git for version control. If you’re comfortable with these technologies, don’t hesitate to have a look at the code.

QML 35%
C++ 75%
Python 50%
C 15%

FIXED BUGS

NEW FEATURES

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COMMITS

REPOS

PROJECT CONTRIBUTIONS

If you’ve noticed something that doesn’t work properly while using Nomad, let us know. The problem you have discovered is likely to affect others as well; The sooner we know about it, the sooner we’re able to fix it.

SEE NOMAD IN ACTION

DISTRIBUTIONS USING NOMAD DESKTOP

Try any of the distributions below to get a taste of Nomad Desktop in your computer.

CRAFTED BY US. ENJOYED BY YOU.

Nomad Desktop is the flagship desktop of Nitrux. It focuses on simplicity and elegance. Written from scratch with integration in mind, the Nomad Desktop tightly integrates with the KF5 stack, employing underlying technologies to offer an alternative desktop experience.

The vast majority of improvements included in each release come from the community. If there’s something that you think is missing or that could be done better, please tell us. Whether it’s the inclusion of a missing hardware driver, or a software application that should be part of a stock installation, or if you have any other ideas on how to make Nomad better, we’re always interested in hearing them.

If you like Nomad, let people know. Write a review and publish it on a blog. Follow and mention us on social media like Google+ and Twitter. Talk about it with your friends and the people around you.