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Use Custom Desktop Themes in Windows 7 [How To]

Posted by Bo Gjerlow On May - 26 - 2011

(Get the theme above.) Want to change the UI of your Windows 7 Completely? Want to give it an overhaul and make it look absolutely awesome? Then you’re in luck, because today I’m going to show you how to apply custom themes in Windows 7.

Here’s How:

1. First you will need to download and install either the 32-bit (x86) or 64-bit (x64) patcher (auto installer) for your 32-bit or 64-bit Windows 7:

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Free Windows XP & Vista Themes

Posted by Rich On June - 27 - 2008

I’ve put together a collection of 34 free Windows Vista & XP Themes.

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Vista OS X v3: Leopard Transformation Pack for Vista

Posted by Rich On April - 4 - 2008

Vista OS X v3: Leopard Transformation Pack for Vista

The Vista OS X is a transformation pack by patrickgs, for windows users to transform the look and desktop theme of your Windows Vista system to the look of Mac OS X Leopard. You can use Vista OS X on any language and edition!
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6 Transformation Packs for Windows XP (Leopard/Linux)

Posted by Rich On March - 30 - 2008

Windows XPLinux UbuntuLinux FedoraMac OS X Leopard

Want to transform the look of Windows XP to make it look like another operating system? Here are six packs that you can install on your computer to achieve this task. Enjoy!
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