Theme Manager for Windows 7
Current Verison = 3.0.1
*Fixed error in Import
*Export, Import, and Reset are now triggered by Ctrl+E, Ctrl+I, and Ctrl+R rather than just the letter
*Fixed Windows 7 theme names being incorrect on imports
*Added back in some elements that got accidently removed in 3.0.0
-Icon in window title bar
-Theme installation instructions
How to use Theme Manager:
In the tab for each included theme file, check the box and browse to the file (drag ‘n’ drop is also supported). When all components are selected click “Install Theme”. The theme will be added to the list on the right
Applying a Windows 7 theme:
Select the desired Windows 7 theme in the theme list and click “Apply Theme”. The screen may flash a few times while loading the theme.
Removing a theme:
Select the desired Windows 7 theme in the theme list and click “Remove Theme”. You cannot remove the currently applied theme.
Restoring Windows Defaults:
Select the Windows 7 Aero theme in the theme list and click “Apply Theme”.
Reseting Theme Manager:
Note: This removes all installed Windows 7 themes and applys the Windows 7 Default themes.
While in Theme Manager press the “Ctrl+R” keys on your keyboard. Select “Yes” on the pop-up warning.
Export a theme as a tmzip file:
Select the desired Windows 7 theme in the theme list. Press the “Ctrl+E” keys on your keyboard. The tmzip file will be created on your Desktop.
Import a theme:
Press the “Ctrl+I” keys on your keyboard. In the file selection window, find and select the .tmzip file to import.
View or Take screenshot:
Press the Expend key (the long button on the very right side) to open the screenshot pane. If a theme is selected its screenshot will show.
To take a screenshot, Apply the Windows 7 theme and with its name selected press the button below the screenshot viewing area.
Double clicking on a screenshot will expand it to see more detail.
Important: The first Windows 7 theme you apply will automatically require a system restart. After that only themes that change the current shell32.dll or OobeFldr.dll in place will require a system restart to fully apply. Anything else is applied immediately with no restart required.
Instruction written and program developed by: bickelk