I've recently come to find all my desktop programs and icons thrown askew about the place, and while rearranging, I noticed that the grid system Ubuntu uses by default is (in my eyes) miserable.
On Windows for example there is a large grid, and icons are far enough from each other to read, but not too close, and Ubuntu doesn't seem to - by default - have a vertical grid, just horizontal.
The following is what I currently am facing, either icons are way too close:
Or they are way too far apart:
(Note: no icons will fit in the middle of those 2)
What I want is a icon grid identical (or at least the closest you can get) to what Windows has (see the following picture):
Is there a way I can do this, either via installation of program(s) or in Ubuntu Settings?
What I've tried so far: