Here are windows7themes.net you’ll find dozens of 3rd-party themes to transform your Windows 7 shell. If you’re not afraid of messing with system files here are 8 great transformation themes
If you want to fully customize your PC, you will find no way around 3rd-party shell themes. Those themes can transform your computer in a matter of minutes and make them appear 100% differently. The best of them make accessing your PC a more personal experience. If you like slick and simple styles for example, shell themes are an excellent way to transform your PC.
1. Simplify – Simple, Clean Shell Theme
Simplify is one of the best white 3rd-party themes. I’m a fan of slick and simple designs and Simplify is one of them. The package includes 2 variations, fonts, explorer navigation buttons, Windows 7 start buttons and matching windows cursor schemes. Definitely worth a glance
3. Clear Steam 2.0
If you’re a fan of clean themes, give this 3rd-party theme a try
4. Green Grass Theme
Soccer fans or nature enthusiasts might like this 3rd-party shell style:
5. Arimo: Pastel Colors And Cool Icons
Pastel colors and a slick design make this 3rd-party theme very special. If you want some soft colors and nice icons on your desktop, this is worth installing:
6. 3rd-party MaMaMiya Suite 12
White/Black themes are extremely nice and this theme is a great piece of work. A transparent Start menu and taskbars and enhanced button designs with some cool black icons and hover effects. Works incredibly well!
7. Lion Black Visual Style
This Windows 7 theme has been inspired Lion Mac OS X and is a black version of the theme, rather than using the dull grey color.
8. Blue 2012 Shell Style
If you like blue/black themes this 3rd-party theme might be a good choice. This is not as slick and clean as the others, but as we all know tweaking your shell is a highly personal choice.
For even more 3rd-party themes, browse through our very extensive list of over 198 3rd-party themes
As asked by one of our readers, you should know the basics of PC customization before applying shell themes. What we recommend that you look up and learn more about: