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Customize Windows Vista or XP Logon Screen with Logon Studio

Logon Studio, created by the Stardock team lets you customize your Windows Vista (also available for Windows XP) logon screen. Choose from many styles that will make your computer stand out from the crowd.

Logon Studio is freeware, which can set any wallpaper as your logon screen. All you need to do is to download this utility and choose the wallpaper you want to use.

Download Logon Studio here.

Logon studio lets you create custom screens within the program. Once you apply the screen, Logon Studio locks your computer so you can test drive the screen to see if it works for you.

Logon Studio Screenshot 1 Logon Studio Screenshot 2

Download Logon Studio here.



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35 thoughts on “Customize Windows Vista or XP Logon Screen with Logon Studio”

  1. James says:

    My logon screen looks great now!!

  2. James says:

    My logon screen looks great now!!

  3. James says:

    My logon screen looks great now!!

  4. Cocolean says:

    Love this.

  5. Cocolean says:

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  6. Cocolean says:

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  7. Laura Tran says:

    great tool and i recommend it too

  8. Laura Tran says:

    great tool and i recommend it too

  9. Laura Tran says:

    great tool and i recommend it too

  10. Migdalia Sharp says:

    Thanks

  11. Migdalia Sharp says:

    Thanks

  12. Weldon says:

    great.. now i’ll have to pick a wallpaper from this site AND a login screen now

    thank you windows guides

  13. Weldon says:

    great.. now i’ll have to pick a wallpaper from this site AND a login screen now

    thank you windows guides

  14. Weldon says:

    great.. now i’ll have to pick a wallpaper from this site AND a login screen now

    thank you windows guides

  15. Rosemarie says:

    i dont usually leave any comments but this is really cool

  16. Rosemarie says:

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  17. Rosemarie says:

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  19. TIE says:

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  32. Mel says:

    Nice – you really do get sick of the standard windows screen..

  33. Mel says:

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  34. Mel says:

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