WindowBlinds enables you to make your desktop interface uniquely yours! From the start panel to the taskbar, window frames and control buttons, WindowBlinds enables users to customize desktop interface themes called skins to personalize the look and feel of their desktop.
Design your own skins
Each purchase includes SkinStudio, the powerful companion application for WindowBlinds that enables you to create your own skins. Edit controls, start menu, taskbars, explorer windows, fonts, colors backgrounds and more with SkinStudio.
Easy to use
Customize only the parts of the Windows interface you want to change and SkinStudio will do the rest. This makes it easy for inexperienced users to create a great skin quickly. Advanced users can still enjoy designing every aspect of the Windows interface.
WindowBlinds enables you to change skins randomly at timed intervals. Your desktop will never be boring again when you are treated to a new skin every time you logon.
Per application skinning
Choose skins for each of your application types. For example, WindowBlinds enables your word processing software to use a different skin than your design programs.
Easily change which fonts your skins use.
Make your skins the center of attention or allow them to blend into your backgrounds.
Find a great skin, but want to change the color scheme? WindowBlinds enables instant color changes from its configuration menu.
Personalize any skin by applying one of the textures included with WindowBlinds or use one of your own creations.
Customize them with unique explorer backgrounds.
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– Fix for Windows 10 October 2018 issue with not skinning titlebars of universal apps correctly
– Some dark explorer mode fixes
– Fix for multiple monitor taskbar hang issue on theme apply
– Fix for ribbon on Windows 10 October 2018 update when in dark explorer mode
– Fix for malformed right click taskbar context menu for Win10 1809 build 18252.1000
– Fix for painting issue on Windows 10 insider build