High-Contrast Windows 7 Aero Theme

Don’t you agree that Windows 7 does look blurry at times? If you activate one of the high-contrast Windows 7 themes, you will quickly find out what I am talking about. Wouldn’t it be awesome to have a high-contrast Windows 7 Aero theme?

High Contrast Aero

robodesign.ro developed an advanced version of the default Windows 7 Aero theme. This theme is a high-contrast Aero theme that looks so much sharper than the default theme.

Let’s take a glance at it:

High Contrast Windows 7 Aero Theme

White text on dark backgrounds:

High Contrast Windows 7 Aero Theme

The high-contrast Aero theme is at the bottom. It is easier to read white text on a dark background (even if we’re used to reading black on white). Many people with impaired vision find it easier to read white text on dark backgrounds. This inverted, high-contrast theme should therefore increase the readability for many users.

Download High-Contrast Windows 7 Aero Theme

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One Response to High-Contrast Windows 7 Aero Theme

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    f2u2 said:

    “…Windows 7 does look blurry…” Open – Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\System and click on Advanced system settings. Click on Settings under Performance and disable Smooth edges of screen font. No more blur.

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