HowTo: Using Windows Themes

So there you are, your ultimate gaming machine that you got for Christmas is just booting up for the first time. After spending all that money buying a case with windows, glowing fans and UV reactive cables, you’d expect that what’s displayed on the screen to look as good as the machine sitting on the desk right? Well, when it finally loads the desktop you’ll see the painful realization that your 1337 gaming machine is far from just that. Lets face it, the Windows Default (blue) theme is less than stellar. Looking at the same dull interface day after day is not exactly easy on the eyes. But what are your options? Shell out $20 for WindowBlinds? Resort to the not so crappy Default (silver)? Thankfully there is a better option, and for those on a budget you will be happy to hear that its free. Read on..