Gives Win­dows a new look

Spruce up Win­dows 10 and make it more invit­ing to use by cus­tomis­ing its win­dows, the Taskbar, the Start menu and much more

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There’s noth­ing wrong with the way that Win­dows 10 looks out of the box, but af­ter liv­ing with its un­der­stated blue aes­thetic for a while, things can start to look a bit dull. Thank­fully, there’s noth­ing to stop you from bright­en­ing things up a bit and trans­form­ing the ap­pear­ance of the desk­top, thanks to a num­ber of built-in cus­tomi­sa­tion op­tions.

Win­dows 10’s set­tings en­able you to change win­dow, Taskbar, Start menu and Ac­tion Cen­tre colours, but that’s not all. A num­ber of desk­top themes are also avail­able for you to choose from, mean­ing that with the right choice of desk­top back­ground wall­pa­per, you can tune your sys­tem’s over­all look to suit your needs. We’ll also touch on a great third-party desk­top tool called Rain­meter, which en­ables you cus­tomise your desk­top in ways that wouldn’t oth­er­wise be pos­si­ble. Let’s take a look at how you can give Win­dows 10 a whole new ap­pear­ance.

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