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Microsoft has begun to move desktop themes for Windows 10 to the Windows Store. The company announced some time ago that it would make available themes in the Store, and the move marks the first step in that direction.

Windows Store features apps and game downloads, Edge extensions, and also music, movies & TV content right now. Microsoft wants this to be the one-stop shop for all things Windows. One thing that you may never see in the Store however are legacy Windows programs.

Windows 7 and newer versions of the Windows operating system support two types of themes. Full themes that may change any button, icon, font, color and more on the system, and light themes that change wallpapers, some colors, sounds and the screen saver.

Windows Store Themes

Full Article. Windows Store: now with desktop themes - gHacks Tech News

Themes.

Alaskan Landscapes by Kyle Waters – Windows Apps on Microsoft Store
Australian Landscapes by Ian Johnson – Windows Apps on Microsoft Store
Beauty of Britain 2 by Sean Byrne – Windows Apps on Microsoft Store
Cats Anytime – Windows Apps on Microsoft Store
Cats Anytime – Windows Apps on Microsoft Store

German Landscapes by Mathias Rehberg – Windows Apps on Microsoft Store
Surreal Territory by Chuck Anderson – Windows Apps on Microsoft Store
 
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DC47561

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A great idea. I would really appreciate being able to use different theme packs without having to use a patcher.
 
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