ObjectDesktop 2010 , one of them is DeskScapes. Deskscapes allows you to set animated wallpapers as your desktop background (that can be wmv files for example). Animated Windows 7 themes will be more resource-hungry and I wouldn’t recommend it to people on old PC’s with less than 4GB, but it’s definitely an eye-catcher and well worth $10!
If you want to customize your Windows 7 PC, you will need just one tool – Object Desktop. Object Desktop is a suite of programs that allows you to change anything on your desktop: icons, cursors, themes, logon screens, boot screens and more. After ignoring this tool for a while, I came to the conclusion that I was stupid not to give it a try, because this is really the best suite for customizing your PC.
It feels like Christmas when you install and toy around with all those great applications, unleashing the real power of your desktop.
Another awesome idea and one of the best utilities for Windows 7 as of right now: Windows 7 Fences. The concept of Windows Fences is simple, you can organize your desktop icons using fences. You can put several desktop icons (preferably of the same group) into a fence, a simple window that you can resize and drag anywhere on your desktop.
Speaking of Stardock, I checked if there are any Windows 7 Themes for WindowBlinds available. I know many of you are still running Windows XP, but own a copy of Stardock’s WindowBlinds, so this might be a great theme for you:sagorpirbd from deviantart created this RC2 theme for WindowBlinds, download it here. You want some Windows 7 Icons to complete your theme? Freak180 of DA extracted the Windows 7 icons, you can get them here.
As previously reported, Windows 7 will have a feature called WARP 10 (Windows Advanced Rasterization Platform) that will allow you to boot your PC without a graphic card.