The latest version of Kali Linux 2019.4 introduced undercover mode. Learn what this undercover mode is and how to use it.
What is the undercover mode in Kali Linux?
Kali Linux 2019.4 has introduced an interesting new feature called "undercover mode". It's basically a script that changes the look of Kali Linux and makes it look like Windows 10. At first glance it would look like using it operating system Windows.
As you can see, unless someone is looking Carefully, it is not easy to understand that it is not a computer running Windows.
Undercover mode can be useful in some cases. For example, if you are using your laptop in public and do not want to know that Kali is used, the undercover mode will help.
Now that you know what undercover mode is, let's see how to use it.
How to use undercover mode in Kali Linux
Undercover mode is essentially a script. You can either run it by searching for it in the menu or by running the following command in the terminal:
The script will give Windows 10 the look of your desktop. You can close the terminal after executing this command.
Exit undercover mode
The undercover mode in Kali Linux is quite simple. If you don't use Kali Linux and still want a Windows layout on a GNOME desktop, you can use GNOME Layout Manager and change the theme to look like Windows.