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Windows 7: Looking for Theme Manager - Older OS Support Fine

08 Nov 2010   #1

Windows 7
Looking for Theme Manager - Older OS Support Fine

Hi - Does anyone know different options that I might use for a theme manager? It's ok with me if they are compatible with older operating systems. What I'm looking for is something that will easily allow me to pick the background, cursor, sounds etc with a preview feature. The reason I'm looking for this is that I have *many* themes (in the hundreds) from older operating systems. What I want to do is use the theme manager to apply them then go into the personalization area of Windows 7 and save the theme. I *don't* want to have to set all the elements of each theme manually, theme by theme (too time consuming). I've tried a couple of different theme managers (Desktop Architect & Desktop Themes) and they don't correctly do what I want. Any help would be *greatly* appreciated. Thanks!!!

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