Customize Windows 8
If you want a more personalized desktop PC you should definitely try to fully customize Windows 8 to get the best desktop experience ever.
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Windows 8 themes are easy to install, but if you’re wondering how to uninstall a theme, follow this guide.
There are many things you can personalize in Windows 8, one of them is the new stylized lock screen that features a random background or your own custom pictures
Don’t like the new Start menu? Restore the classic menu using a tool called classicshell
One of the first things you may want to do after installing Windows 8 is to customize it. Changing the border width of a single window is one of the things you should o
If you want to add the website windows7themes.net to your Start Screen like this, follow the tutorial after the break
You can do quite a few things with the Windows taskbar, you can lock it, auto-hide it, change the button size, change jump lists or enable toolbars – we explain how this works after the break
Read this tutorial to learn how to customize the charms bar and show or hide apps that you frequently use
The MaximumRowCount is stored in the Windows 8 registry and allows you to configure the number of app rows
We all want to customize our PC’s and remove certain things – for example did you know you can quite easily remove the sleep/hibernate buttons? Let’s check it out
Want to customize your new PC and you are not too fond of the Modern UI? Well, you better get the RetroUI app that transforms your PC to .. something else
If you want a simple welcome message when you start your PC, then read this tutorial
If you need a Start menu in Windows 8, here are two amazing tools that can easily bring back not only the Start Menu but also the Start Orb.
It doesn’t have to be all black on the Windows 8 Start Screen (or green on Windows 8 Developer Preview), you can easily customize the start screen background
Here’s how to personalize the Start screen in Windows 8, or more precisely how to move the user tiles on the Start screen.