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Sandip Dedhia

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17 Responses to How to Create Windows 7 Themes

  • Jimmy Dakota says:

    Themes are available for all Windows operating systems. It’s not a new feature for windows 7.

  • Shujaat says:

    I have Dell Gx270 Pentium 4, 2.80 GHz, 1 GB Ram, 320 GB Sata, Graphics Card 96 MB Built on, I have Install Windows 7, 32 Bit, but the theme of Windows 7 is not working on my computer, can you tell me somthing about this problems on my email address

  • Shiva says:

    Hi,

    Was just wondering, if i am creating wallpaper for win 7 and if the user is going to change the resolution from low to high, back and forth each time he logins. Can my wallper in one resolution fit on to different sizes without loosing quality? Or should i create one for each resolution…

    Please help

  • jerecho says:

    how can i get windows 7 theme? and how cam i change may windows xp to windows 7

  • ssj4Gogeta says:

    @SHUJAAT:
    Your computer is too slow. Although Windows 7 is much more efficient than Vista, Aero graphics still requires a graphics card faster than what you have. It doesn’t have to be a discrete graphics card, even the newer Intel integrated ones will do.

  • Llllll says:

    thanks!

  • Pisjihdm says:

    Thank youu. . .

  • Peggy says:

    thank you!

  • Fnahid77 says:

    Nothing’s helpful.

  • Darknitesystems says:

    Isnt a theme maker, just a scheme changer…..

  • Abc says:

    This is ridiculous, there is absolutely nothing about customizing a theme, just basic stuff that is was there since Windows 95.

  • Sachin Jade says:

    Thanks ,I was looking for this since long time and finally succeed by this.

  • moltres_rider says:

    it isn’t working!!! I select a folder but it doesn’t go to it!!!

  • Antonie Jackson says:

     you should: right click on your theme->Click “save theme”(to save in personal) or “Save to share”(you can save your theme on your pc and share it to Mediafire, VnSharing,…and everyone can download on web)

  • Bill says:

    Thank you! This was excellent instruction I appreciate it.