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How Do YOU Style?

What method do you use to apply visual styles/themes/skins to Windows?   45 members have voted

  1. 1. What method do you use to apply visual styles/themes/skins to Windows?

    • Patched uxtheme.dll
      24
    • StyleXP
      2
    • WindowBlinds
      2
    • Other
      2
    • None, my Windows is fine the way it is
      11

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I think it's stupid to pay for something that's free. Patch for me, as well.

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In the majority!

Patched uxtheme.

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I voted for patched uxtheme.dll, although most of the time I use default Luna style (In my opinion, the best).

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I see no reason to install a program just to change colors & shapes on the screen.

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I'm anti-style I guess... I got classic everything and even the themes service disabled, it's the only way I can stand XP.

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I'm anti-style I guess... I got classic everything and even the themes service disabled, it's the only way I can stand XP.

Really? I really can't stand the way classic/9x looks. I can't live without a style.

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I like style but speed is more important then style

so i'm off with luna bc my comp is crawling :( don't even have a wallpaper bc it takes up from ram & cpu & hdd :)

res 1600*1200, bitmap is 5mb.

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Using WindowBlinds.

I have it not only for it's skinning ability, but also for the fact that you can pin windows on top, roll them up to the titlebar, and minimize them to the system tray.

Also, it doesn't use up that much resources on my comp... 388K memory and 1580K VM right now...

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