Want to dress up your Windows 7 to match the Christmas season? You are in a luck, a Windows Club user has just released a new theme pack for Windows 7.
The Windows 7 Christmas theme pack contains 5 wallpapers, 3 of which have been created by the forum user. Installing the Christmas theme pack is very easy. Just download the .themepack file and double click on it to apply the theme to Windows 7.
Want more? Check out the Ultimate List of High Quality Christmas Wallpapers for Desktop and Mac.
Download Windows 7 Christmas Theme Pack
Facebook has been changing their design far too often these days. However, more often then not their new design and changes have been quickly slammed by users.
The last Facebook design change was pushed out last month, however, Business Insider is reporting that Facebook is working on a new design for the most popular social networking site on Earth.
Take a look at some of the screenshots below; courtesy BI.
Quite sometime back, we put up several stunning Windows 7 wallpapers up for downloads. If that hasn’t satisfied your appetite to jazz up your desktop, here are few more beautiful Windows 7 wallpapers you can download.
The Ultimate Windows 7 Wallpaper pack consists of high quality wallpapers, available in 1366×768, 1280×800, 1680×1050,1920×1200 resolutions. The wallpapers can also be used on widescreen monitors.
Download Ultimate Windows 7 Wallpaper Pack
In the past we have told you how to change default Windows desktop icons, using a inbuilt feature in Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7. But what if you want to apply a new icon pack to your system?
Also Read: Browse and Download Free High Quality Icons
Icon Tweaker is a excellent freeware that will allow you to update the icons used on your Windows XP system with a different icon pack.
Icon Tweaker comes loaded with several built-in icon packs. In addition to that you can also download and install icon packs from the internet.If you are feeling adventurous, you can create your own icon packs using the software.
If you think you messed up something or want to go back to using the original icons, you can do that with a single click. Icon Tweaker only works with Windows XP and lower PCs.
Couple of months ago Google added themes for their web browser Google Chrome. However, not many actually like the themes that were available for install. In addition to that the number of available options were pretty limited.
Google today announced a whole lot of new artist themes for Chrome, which will definitely be liked by the masses. There are several themes that are based on celebrities and popular brands.
If you have been waiting to apply themes to Chrome, but did not like the previous lot on offer, go ahead and try out one the new artist themes.
Fast, simple and now stylish: Google Chrome with Artist Themes [Official Google Blog]
Windows 7 brings in several improvements over Windows Vista but one of the most noticeable one is the new taskbar which is more compact and space saving in addition to Jump Lists.
If you are using Windows XP and have no plans to switch to Windows 7 even when it is available for $30 a nifty freeware called ViGlance adds a Windows 7 taskbar to Windows XP.
ViGlance is pretty decent as it uses only about 10MB memory and also provides users with thumbnail previews and the ability to pin favorite applications to the taskbar.
In addition to that it also replaces the start button with Windows 7 Orb replica. Overall a pretty neat implementation of the taskbar.
Download ViGlance [via Cybernet News]
Themes in Gmail became quite a rage when it was released in November last year, however over a time there were no new addition of themes, though the lot on offer were pretty decent already.
The Gmail team announced today the addition of 4 new fresh themes that you can apply to your Gmail account.
The new themes can be found under the Settings -> Theme tab and include the following introductions.
If you were bored of the already existing themes go ahead and try this out. By the way which is your favorite theme in Google? Mine is the default one.
Four New Themes [Official Gmail & Google Apps Blog]
Flock the social networking based fork of Mozilla has a much better interface than Firefox, if you are looking to get the same interface to Firefox, you are in luck.
A new experimental theme has been released for Firefox which is based on Flock. The theme looks pretty decent and similar to Flock.
Installing this theme will not bring the social networking features to Firefox, to do that you can check our earlier post: Converting Firefox into a Social Networking Hub.
The theme is compatible with Firefox 3.5.1 and earlier versions.
Download Flock Fox Theme For Firefox
If you are using Personas, a lightweight skin changer for Firefox and are a Harry Potter fan, Warner Bros have released new Harry Potter and Half-Blood prince personas to coincide with the July 15th premier of the movie.
Currently there are 4 personas available in the series, you can see them in action below.
The good thing about using Personas over themes is that you can apply the changes without having to restart the browser.
You will need to install the Personas before you can make use of styles for your browser.
[via Mozilla Links]
With the release of Firefox 3.5 many popular themes and add-ons have stopped working, because they have not been updated to be compatible with the latest version.
However there are several themes available which are completely compatible with Firefox 3.5.
Firefox Facts has put up a list of 10 popular themes that are Firefox 3.5 ready, some of the themes are really beautiful, so if your older theme has stopped, give a try to one of the 10 themes.
Here are some of our favorites from the list Firefox Facts put up.
Image Credits: Firefox Facts