|07 Oct 2011||#1|
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Are there any way I can change Win7 theme to basic quickly ?Reg or bat
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Are there any way I can change Windows 7 theme to basic quickly ?
Reg file ? or batch file ?
Because I have a program that I often need to use and it only can run on Windows 7 basic theme.
Up to now, this program cannot fix this, so I will change Windows 7 theme to basic for it.
And I will change Windows 7 theme to normal with Aero when I finish this program.( because I more like Aero theme)So I want to edit a batch file or Reg file to change Windows 7 theme to basic directly.And I don't need to enter “Personalize” to change it.I know I can enter “Personalize” quickly by right clicking on my desktop.But please pardon me, I am lazy.Any suggestion would be appreciated.PS: I discover 3DMark06 will change automatically the color scheme to windows 7 basic when it run and get back again when it close. It is how to achieve this. Can anyone tell me how to get this function.
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|10 Nov 2011||#4|
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How about make a desktop shortcut.... go to "C:\Windows\Resources\Ease of Access Themes\basic.theme"
Right click "basic.theme" and send to desktop create shortcut.
You also an find Aero theme or saved theme in "C:\Windows\Resources\Themes\" or "C:\Users\Khang Yu\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Themes"
and do the same thing to create shorcut.
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