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Windows 7: Enabling Custom Themes - Windows 7

13 Apr 2010   #40
stomper

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

"A: This program installs a service called UnsignedThemesSvc that takes less than a MB of RAM (520K for me on x64 in the screen shot below). The process will *trick* Windows into thinking all themes are signed thus allowing any installed custom theme to run. The patch modifies system files that could potentially end up being corrupted in the process, resulting in a repair install or a format"


The quote has been taken from the tutorial posted by Zidane24, This worries me....has this happend to anyone, that UxStyle Core corrupted there Win7 system files????
Are there any programs out there that WON't cause this. I'm new with the customization of win7 and I don't want the above to happen.

Thanks


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13 Apr 2010   #41
Zidane24

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stomper View Post
"A: This program installs a service called UnsignedThemesSvc that takes less than a MB of RAM (520K for me on x64 in the screen shot below). The process will *trick* Windows into thinking all themes are signed thus allowing any installed custom theme to run. The patch modifies system files that could potentially end up being corrupted in the process, resulting in a repair install or a format"


The quote has been taken from the tutorial posted by Zidane24, This worries me....has this happend to anyone, that UxStyle Core corrupted there Win7 system files????
Are there any programs out there that WON't cause this. I'm new with the customization of win7 and I don't want the above to happen.

Thanks
The quote was taken out of context...

That was in reference to the common System Files Patches (UniversalThemePatch or something like that) that replace system files...

UxStyle Core DOES NOT and I mean DOES NOT modify system files or components

It is perfectly safe to use
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14 Apr 2010   #42
scorpioninblue

windows 7 64 bit
 
 

I installed Uxstyle after doing extensive researh on it....I downloaded it and applied a theme I found at Deviant art. Everything went fine, I restarted my pc and then did a complete shut down, when I turned the pc back on windows opened up perfectly fine!! No dreaded errors or failings, no high processor readings on my CPU or memory meters...everything is working smoothly and fine!!!
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15 Apr 2010   #43
stomper

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Zidane24 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stomper View Post
"A: This program installs a service called UnsignedThemesSvc that takes less than a MB of RAM (520K for me on x64 in the screen shot below). The process will *trick* Windows into thinking all themes are signed thus allowing any installed custom theme to run. The patch modifies system files that could potentially end up being corrupted in the process, resulting in a repair install or a format"


The quote has been taken from the tutorial posted by Zidane24, This worries me....has this happend to anyone, that UxStyle Core corrupted there Win7 system files????
Are there any programs out there that WON't cause this. I'm new with the customization of win7 and I don't want the above to happen.

Thanks
The quote was taken out of context...

That was in reference to the common System Files Patches (UniversalThemePatch or something like that) that replace system files...

UxStyle Core DOES NOT and I mean DOES NOT modify system files or components

It is perfectly safe to use

if you say so.

I'll try it in a VM first
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15 Apr 2010   #44
derekimo

Microsoft Community Contributor Award Recipient

Win 10 Pro x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stomper View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Zidane24 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stomper View Post
"A: This program installs a service called UnsignedThemesSvc that takes less than a MB of RAM (520K for me on x64 in the screen shot below). The process will *trick* Windows into thinking all themes are signed thus allowing any installed custom theme to run. The patch modifies system files that could potentially end up being corrupted in the process, resulting in a repair install or a format"


The quote has been taken from the tutorial posted by Zidane24, This worries me....has this happend to anyone, that UxStyle Core corrupted there Win7 system files????
Are there any programs out there that WON't cause this. I'm new with the customization of win7 and I don't want the above to happen.

Thanks
The quote was taken out of context...

That was in reference to the common System Files Patches (UniversalThemePatch or something like that) that replace system files...

UxStyle Core DOES NOT and I mean DOES NOT modify system files or components

It is perfectly safe to use

if you say so.

I'll try it in a VM first
It's safe, it installs a service so you don't have to patch like the other one.


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07 Jun 2010   #45
altaier

Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit
 
 

10x bro ,,,,,, that was easy

I was using the "Universal Theme Patcher">> I didn't know what is the difference btw the 2 ways ,,,,
anyway>> the only thing that I need now is how 2 change the start menu , back and forward buttons
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26 Jun 2010   #46
fonduekid

Windows 7 Ultimate
 
 

hi, wonderful tutorial. Thanks.

I am new here, and I just wanted to know if it is easy / troublefree to go back to the windows 7 built in themes, in case I don't want to stick with the others?

Thanks and cheers.
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27 Jul 2010   #47
Epsilon

Win 7 Pro 64bit sp1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by altaier View Post
10x bro ,,,,,, that was easy

I was using the "Universal Theme Patcher">> I didn't know what is the difference btw the 2 ways ,,,,
anyway>> the only thing that I need now is how 2 change the start menu , back and forward buttons
I am also curious about the start menu, and back/ forward buttons.
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29 Sep 2010   #48
Ace6807

Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit (7600)
 
 

This is great. Thanx!
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07 Dec 2010   #49
fabo

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

https://www.sevenforums.com/attachmen...1&d=1291756918

i need help with this,i dont now what to do...


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