Yes, this is a paid theme pack because themes aren't magically created out of nothing; they take a lot of time and effort and I would really appreciate your support
Anyway, you get 12 awesome themes for just $5.99 here gumroad.com/l/RhaNp which is less than a pizza or just ask for a free download link in the comments section.
Thank you for your understanding!
A pack of 12 elegant and minimalistic Windows 10 Themes that don't get in the way of your productivity and will also make your desktop cool again!
• Windows 10 v.21H1 (May 2021 Update)
• Windows 10 v.20H2 (October 2020 Update)
• Windows 10 v.2004 (May 2020 Update)
• Windows 10 v.1909 (November 2019 Update)
• Windows 10 v.1903 (May 2019 Update)
WHAT YOU GET
• 12 awesome Windows themes (5 core themes + multiple variations) • HiDPi ready up to 250% scaling • free updates • unlimited support!
• detailed instructions including my email address in case you need any help with the installation process.
• Wallpapers • Firefox Themes • PotPlayer Skins • Windows Cursors • Curtains Styles
• please follow the HOW-TO GUIDE so you can enjoy the full theming experience!
Not really... some cumulative updates might override the patched DLLs so if the custom themes stop working, just install the patcher again without removing the old one, then restart and you should be good to go.
Hey, thanks. What about the black screens? Do they occur after big Windows updates or do they occur when you let's say do Cumulative Update that overrides the patchers DLLs and afterwards you remove patcher without first installing it and then uninstalling it, if this makes any sense at all.
I know what you mean... from my personal experience I never had any black screens after updates even if I didn't remove the patcher before the updates. But as I understand from others' experience, the black screen sometimes occurs after major updates (like from 20H1 to 20H2) and never after cumulative updates.
In case of a black screen, you just need to enter Windows Safe Mode and remove the custom theme that was active prior to the update and then boot to regular mode. This would force Windows to apply the default theme which will avoid the black screen.
Hope this makes sense.