Requires StartIsBack++ for taskbar (use the no sib version otherwise)
Again, this is meant for 100% dpi. If you're not on 100% dpi, there might be some stylistic issues.
That said, for 125%/150%, try the specific 125%/150% theme. You will also have to manually edit the start button so that it fits.
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More than a year later, this theme is now free.
Note: There is no difference between paid and free version.
See the winning SSC18 screenshot here.
For instructions, see Guide To Installing Windows 10 Themes (readme also included)
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Update 1 Aug 2019: Fix explorer nav pane text color.
Update 31 Jul 2019: Update for 1903.
Update 5 Jan 2019: Fix taskbar flyout arrow appearing for bottom taskbar.
Update 1 Jan 2019 b: Fix 125% and 150% theme files not applying.
Update 1 Jan 2019: Now includes caption button glyphs for all dpis, specific 125% and 150% themes, and a non-StartIsBack++ version for proper taskbar without SIB.
right-click chrome shortcut -> properties
under Target, add --disable-windows10-custom-titlebar to the back (separated by space, so it should be something like "C:\Program Files (x86)\Google\Chrome\Application\chrome.exe" --disable-windows10-custom-titlebar
although... it might not look nice, but you may try!
I thought this was simple on installing but too complicated.. fed up after seeing too much sequence on installing the themes. I'm sorry I'm disappointed after buying the themes... feels wasted my money :(.
I'm still afraid to use the first method so I try to use SecureUxTheme seems it is much safer to me and easy but can you explain to me how to use it actually and I have done it by dragging the file to the software but when I click to install it then it says cannot open the file like C:/ system32/secureuxthem.dll like that so I'm afraid and choose abort instead. dies it okay for me to just ignore it?
First make sure you have got a system restore point.
Don't be afraid of using UltraUX, it's pretty stable (just be sure to uninstall it when you do a major update, like a major version change)
For secureuxtheme, i'm not too sure. tried it last week, did it by:
- placing the Theme folder contents into the Windows/Resources/Themes folder.
- run installer again, but hit Start Theme Tool instead
- select custom theme
I'm pretty sure deviantART has an option to refund, so feel free!