Just move it to C:\Windows\Resources\Ease of Access Themes folder and use it.
Of course, You can use this theme file on both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 8.
Applying the Classic theme will change the Start screen background and tile color to classic view as well.
NEW: theme is compatible with Windows 10 Technical Preview as well!
In the picture, there aren't these little black lines in between the items on the right side of the taskbar (i.e. -- time, battery, wi-fi signal, volume). When I download and use this theme, there are little black lines between the items. How do I remove these lines?
Anybody know how to install this on Windows 10? I'm trying to follow the instructions I found online, but I can't find a folder called "Resources" or "Ease Of Access Tools" anywhere on my computer no matter how hard I look. Please help. I don't understand why my computer doesn't ever have any of the folders it's supposed to have whenever I try to follow simple instructions. This is so frustrating.
Thank you! I have no idea why I couldn't find that folder when I searched for the exact names and why Windows tech support was unable to help me. :-I Are you able to help me with another question? I've got this downloaded and running, but I'm curious why there are these weird little lines in between items on the right side of my taskbar -- the time, volume, wi-fi, and battery icons are divided by these thin black lines. I don't see in this in the preview picture. I've been digging through the settings trying to figure out what I need to tweak to remove these lines... do you have any idea? :)
This is a good theme that works with W10 20H2. An appearance more like Windows 95 can be achieved by changing some color values, like ButtonFace, to 192 192 192. The pink-silver color reminds me of Windows 2000.