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windows7 themes 00 Windows 7: Get More Themes [How To]

Microsoft has a site where you can get more themes. In this site, you’ll learn the easiest way to get to that site when you need it.

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Adding More Themes to Windows 7

To get more themes for Windows 7, do the following:

  1. Right click the desktop, and select Personalize
    windows7 themes 01 Windows 7: Get More Themes [How To]
  2. On the theme screen, click Get more themes online
    windows7 themes 02 Windows 7: Get More Themes [How To]
  3. You can now browse the website to find new themes

Alternatively, you can go directly to the site here.



 Windows 7: Get More Themes [How To]

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  • Carl Barrese

    I feel there i too much emphasis on Windows7. It’s only a beta. I downloaded it and erased it. My Desktop has XP and my laptop Vista Premium 64-Bit. How about some diversity?
    I’m tired of deleting all your emails.

  • Carl Barrese

    I feel there i too much emphasis on Windows7. It’s only a beta. I downloaded it and erased it. My Desktop has XP and my laptop Vista Premium 64-Bit. How about some diversity?
    I’m tired of deleting all your emails.

    • http://mintywhite.com/tech/ Rich

      @Carl – Duly noted.

  • Carl Barrese

    I feel there i too much emphasis on Windows7. It’s only a beta. I downloaded it and erased it. My Desktop has XP and my laptop Vista Premium 64-Bit. How about some diversity?
    I’m tired of deleting all your emails.

    • http://mintywhite.com/tech/ Rich

      @Carl – Duly noted.

  • Rich

    @Carl – Duly noted.


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