Posts under Themes tag.

Omnimo UI Windows Phone 7 theme for Windows 7

A member of Deviantart,  fediaFedia has created a Omnimo UI Windows Phone 7 Theme for Windows 7. This theme brings the Metro UI in your PC. It actually brings your desktop with live widgets  and show information such as temperature, date […]

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Aero theme doesn’t work in Windows 7

Windows 7 comes with some helpful tools for troubleshooting Aero themes, one of those troubleshooting tools can help you to identify problems with your current display settings that may be prevent you from enabling and running Aero Themes on your […]

How to apply old Windows 98 Plus! themes in Windows 7/8

Want to go retro? Try applying the old Windows 98 Plus! themes to Windows 7/8. Yes they do work and you can apply them easily! Use Windows 98 Plus! themes on Windows 7/8 Extract the contents of the downloaded .zip […]

I’M A PC Themepack for Windows 7 Released.

We are pleased to release our “I’M A PC” themepack for Windows 7. While earlier we had distributed I’m A PC laptop stickers to our forum members, we are being now delighted to release this theme as a free download […]

National Geographic Theme for Windows 7

The National Geographic is know for its amazing quality of photographs and I’ve been a great fan of their magazine. Here is a theme for Windows 7 that I have compiled from, what I think, are some of the finest […]

Download Windows 7 Halloween Theme Pack

Halloween is a fun holiday celebrated on October 31. The day is often associated with  wearing ghost costumes, ghost tours, bonfires, visiting haunted attractions, pranks, reading scary stories, and watching horror films.

Customize & Create Windows 7 Media Center Themes

Media Center Studio is a free application for Windows 7 & Windows Vista, that enables you to customise Windows Media Center. It is the successor of MC Menu Mender, bringing it up to date for Windows 7 and adding support […]

The Moods Theme for Windows 7

“A mood is a relatively long lasting emotional state. Moods differ from simple emotions in that they are less specific, less intense, and less likely to be triggered by a particular stimulus or event.”