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Windows 7+ Theme Installer by Kishan-Bagaria Windows 7+ Theme Installer by Kishan-Bagaria

UPDATE: New app has been coded from scratch and contains many improvements



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Windows 7+ Theme Installer is a freeware from door2windows which lets you easily install new 3rd party themes, apply & delete existing themes in Windows 7, Windows 8 & Windows 8.1.

How To Use:


Run the app. On the first run, it will ask if you want to patch the UXTheme files. Patching is required if you want to use 3rd party themes. If you haven't already patched the files (or if you are not sure), click Yes. After some time Windows will automatically log off indicating the patching has been done. Login and run the app again.

To install new themes:
  1. Click the ... button after .theme and browse for the theme file.
  2. If the theme you want to install comes with replaceable system files, click the ... button after the name of the system files and browse for the system file. In Windows 7, instead of TwinUI.dll, options to change Explorer.exe, ExplorerFrame.dll and OobeFldr.dll are available. The app will automatically make sure that the system file which you choose is of the correct Windows version and architecture.
  3. After you have selected the .theme file and the system files that you want to replace, click Install Theme & System Files.
  4. Windows Explorer will automatically restart and the theme and system files will be installed. Select the new theme in the list and click Apply Theme to apply the theme.
To restore the default system files just click Restore Default System Files.

To apply/delete existing themes, select any theme in the Installed Themes list and click Apply Theme/Delete Theme.
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Alija638 Featured By Owner Oct 17, 2014
This your shitty insaller fucked up my firefox. Whille it was installing it wanted to go some site and my ESET blocked reason some adware shit and my firewfox reseted and all went to default i had to install all my addons back and costumize it again thank you so much for this pice of crap!
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FurqanHanif Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014  New member
Not Working , i am Getting Network Error , But i'm Connected to internet.. :/
imgur.com/MhPnCls
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Kishan-Bagaria Featured By Owner Oct 5, 2014
Click Direct Download after scrolling a bit in the Thank you for downloading page
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Alexanderson123 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  New member
Thanks
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Alexanderson123 Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014  New member
does this work on win 7 64bit?
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:iconkishan-bagaria:
Kishan-Bagaria Featured By Owner Oct 4, 2014
Yes it does.
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axlhc Featured By Owner Edited Sep 19, 2014
so this installer fucked up my whole windows 7 64bit installation to the point i get a black screen and can`t even login into F8 safe mode, and i didn`t even let it finish the installation getting errors. how can get rid of all its trash using regedit? and how to restore old versions of file?

this is my fucking problem: www.sevenforums.com/general-di…
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Kishan-Bagaria Featured By Owner Sep 19, 2014
Sorry to hear this. It doesn't modify your registry. Only the files listed in the app's interface gets replaced with the ones you choose. They will automatically get restored when you run sfc /scannow. I would have been better able to assist you if I had known what errors had popped up from the app. Are you sure you ran sfc /scannow correctly (it should take about 15-30 minutes to run)?
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axlhc Featured By Owner Sep 20, 2014
i resolved with an ubuntu live distro deleting every single file related with the program that was changed to "backup"
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:iconkishan-bagaria:
I saw your SevenForums thread post, glad it worked. You could just have run sfc /scannow and it would have restored your system easily, you didn't run it right on the first try. 
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