I mentioned that I had some issues running Zorin on my laptop so I installed Pop OS instead and then used the Zorin themes and icons, along with some extensions. Here is the result.
I am working on putting the extensions on extensions.gnome.org so then you can add the themes to GNOME desktop.
Hey there Eric,
It’s funny you mention this as I’ve had a very simular experience on my own test machine, an old HP Compaq with 2G of ram. I did manage to get Zorin to look ok so I took a few screenshots. I’ll add a few just for comparisons, but I’ve already nuked and paved Zorin. With Pop!_OS, of course!