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Installing 3rd Party Themes In Windows 7

Did You See This Image Below.The Theme Does Not Look Like Windows 7 Aero Theme.These  Are Known As Custom Themes .If You Are A customization Freak like me And you want to change Windows look and Apply Some 3rd Party Themes. But the question is, how to use 3rd party themes in Windows 7?

By Default Windows 7 Does not Allow You To Use 3rd Party Themes.So You Need To Patch Three System Files Inorder To Use Custom Themes.They Are
uxtheme.dll, themeui.dll, themeservice.dll.

By Patching These There Files You Are Ready To Use 3rd Party Themes.So How To Patch,Well They Are Present in "%windir%\System32" Folder And Patching This Files Manually Is Little bit Risky Process, So We Share A Small Utility To Patch These Three Files That Is " Universal Theme Patcher" Excellent Freeware.

Well You Need To Go And Download " Universal Theme Patcher" Over Here
Simple Steps To Use This Software

1. When You Download The Zip File Open It There Will Be Two Versions x64 bit and x32 bit. Depending on Your System Use Which Version Is Suitable For You.

2.Run It As Administrator,Then Select Your Desired Language
Then You May See The Report Like This..

3.Then Press Yes.
Then You May See Like This...

4.Then Click On The Patch Buttons Of These Three Files..Then Restart.

Now You Can Use 3rd Party Themes or Custom Themes On Your System.

For Installation Of 3rd Party Themes You Need To Place The theme folder And .theme File In
Windows\Resources\Themes Folder.And Click On The .theme File The Theme Will Be Applied


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