13
Nov
2009



Bookmark and Share

The new Microsoft operating system, Windows 7, has arrived! Millions of people are buying it and in a matter of a few months it will become the standard operating system for billions of Pcs. Wouldn’t you like to stand out of the crow by creating your ownWindows 7 theme and have something unique  in your computer desktop? This brief tutorial will teach you how to achieve this result without buying any application! What are you waiting for? Make your own, free and personalized Windows 7 theme now!

  1. In your Windows 7, right-click any empty space in your desktop and select Personalize.
  2. Click “Desktop Background” to change the wallpaper in your desktop.
  3. Now, from the window ” Choose your Desktop Background” select the new wallpaper for your theme.
  4. Click the “Save Changes” button.
  5. Click Windows Color if you want to modify the color of windows and backgrounds accordingly with your  tastes.
  6. Select Sound to change the system sound default.
  7. At this point, simply click Save and you are done.
  8. Give a name to your new theme and select Themepack as “Save as Type”.
  9. Done! Your Microsoft Windows 7 theme is ready. Just click it twice to install it.
  10. Quick bonus. Don’t want to make your own Windows theme? Read this guide if you want to know how to unlock hidden Windows 7 themes!

Tags: ,


Related ArticlesLatest Articles
.

2 Comments to “How to make your own Windows 7 theme”

  1. Osmosis Ching Says:

    Making window 7 theme is actually a very easy task.
    -Select your wallpaper
    -Choose ur window colour
    -window sound
    Then, the theme will be created, and right click on the theme, follow by select on the Save theme. Write ur desire name for the theme.
    THEN UR THEME IS COMPLETE

  2. Web Talk Says:

    Ehm…Well Done! You are right ;)

Leave a Comment

If you want to show an image next to your comments, get your gravatar now!

This blog is moderated. Inappropriate comments will be edited or removed. Users posting offensive comments will be banned from this blog. Report Inappropriate Comments Here.

XHTML - You can use the following tags:  <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>


Copyright © 2007-2012 | Sitemap | Privacy | Back To Top
Best screen resolution 1280x800 or higher.
Web Talk is best viewed in Firefox.

Stat