Why does Linux, looks like Macintosh?
I am in classroom, there are 2 Macintosh users, then me, with Linux openSUSE/Ubuntu and Mint then rest of Windows 7/8.
So, one of Macintosh users came standing behind my screen (everybody in the class is stalking one another, as if it was normal, nobody counter-reacts whatsoever).
He went with text starting as "Wow, Linux looks like Mac, crazy!", so, yeah, I went to see his Macintosh, and it did indeed looked awfully like Unity and GNOME.
I know that Macintosh and Linux have Unix descent. But c'mon, that really hits.
Is there no other, DE (Desktop Environment), beyond Matte, Unity, Gnome, KDE? Or at least, how do I modify current Desktop Environment? I've heard Linux was highly customizable. At least, more than Windows.