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Vista theme change

My vista theme changes to classic theme automatically..... when i start my computer the next time

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  • Mir Hossen Nov 27, 2008

    whenever i start my cmputer i see the theme is of windows classic. it can be changed by applying another theme such as vista theme. but when the computer is restarted then same roblem.

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I own a vista laptop and I cannot download skins, themes and some screensavers. Please advise.


How To Change The Theme In Windows Vista The one good thing about Windows Vista Themes is that customization is entirely possible. And when you can customize you can naturally personalize. That’s right. Vista allows you to select your own themes in a few easy steps. This allows you to tinker with your computer to make it more attractive and less monotonous – when you want it and how you want it.
A Windows Vista theme is simply a group of customized tweeks that span the entire gamut of menu appearance, icons, colors, fonts, screen savers, background, and yes – even paints!
Let’s start with your desktop because it’s the most logical place to start. To select a desktop theme, perform the following steps:
• go to your desktop. In any blank area, right click.
• scroll down to “personalize” and click.
• a dialogue box will come up that says: “Personalize appearance and sounds.” Right below it are seven headers. Choose “theme” which is the sixth item, or second to the last item.
• a dialog box appears with the title “theme settings.”
• under “theme”, you have a small box with a drop down menu. If you click on the arrow, Windows Vista gives you four choices: current theme, Windows Vista, Windows Classic and browse (the browse option allows you to get a theme that you saved in a specific folder. When you choose browse, Vista automatically takes you to your downloads folder where you saved the theme).
• when you click on any of the four choices, you get a preview of the theme. Choose one by clicking “apply” or “OK”. If you don’t like any of what you see and decide to stick to what you have, simply click “cancel” or close the dialog box.
Windows Vista Themes: Few Things Worth Noting
• Windows Vista does not come with a large pre-built bundle of themes. This shouldn’t stop you from creating your own. You can still change the background (or wallpaper), colors, screen saver and how your menu will look. Save what you’ve created by clicking the Save As button. This button is in the dialog box we mentioned earlier called “Theme Settings.”
• Don’t confuse Windows Vista themes with the pre-built themes in Word 2007, Power Point 2007 and Excel 2007. Each of these programs has its own themes bundle.
• If you happen to like a theme you saw on the Web, make sure that your virus program is up-to-date before you download a theme. Some viruses are disguised as themes so be careful.
Remember that even if Word, Excel, and PowerPoint already have predefined document themes, you can create your own by customizing an existing document theme and then saving it as a custom document theme.
If you’re really into themes and like to create your own for fun, then you must be a “skinning fan” (themes are sometimes called skins). According to Andy Rathbone, noted Windows expert, you can use a third party program like WindowBlinds and can download any theme they have at a very modest fee. What’s even better is some of these themes are free. By typing “Windows Vista Themes” in any search engine, you’ll get a whole array of company names that specialize in Vista themes. But like we said, be careful when downloading.

Feb 12, 2010 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Vista theme changes to windows classic upon restart


Are you wondering how to change the theme back to the "Vista Theme?" If so open "Theme Settings" by clicking the "Start" button, clicking "Control Panel," clicking "Appearance and Personalization," clicking "Personalization," and then clicking "Theme," then choose your desired theme.
If you've done this already, then you have a problem, usually when your appearance settings won't stay the way you want them to, and they keep revering to something else, it means that you have a virus on your machine.
To fix this you can try several things, try booting up in safe mode, and then restarting your computer.
You can reinstall Vista, by using the "Install discs" that came with your machine.
Hope this helps!

Sep 03, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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How to set windows vista theme as default theme?


right click to my computer click properties click advance look for the performance click sittings and check best performance.

May 26, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Window vista theme problem


Have a look at this link and follow the instructions to change your theme back to vista classic
If that doesn't work, please look at this article and see if it applies to your situation...or look at this list and see if there's a helpful link there.
Here is a demo to show you how to change the settings.
If your system is not responding properly to these changes, write back with the details and we'll be happy to help you sort it out...
I hope this information allows you to resolve this issue. If you need further assistance, please post back with a comment to this thread.
If I've managed to answer your question or solve a problem, please take just a moment to rate this post....thanks!



May 16, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Trouble with theme


Hi there,

click in this order
right click my computer
properties
advanced system sttings
continue
settings [under performance]
enable desktop composition.
ok
ok
then when ur done its possible that the glass might not be back, so go back thru all the same steps, but instead of enable desktop composition. Click
enable transparent glass.
All should be back to normal, thanks again.

Apr 10, 2009 | Microsoft Windows? Vista Home Basic...

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Problem with vista theme


Hi Sudip

Could you tell me what processor you got. Also which version of Vista you are using. Licensed? etc

TC
Mike

Feb 20, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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Windows vista starter themes


Just load all your downloads into your computer,then right click on the desktop then press tab key written themes then click the theme you want to use.then it will change automatic.

Aug 17, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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How to make Vista faster?


You can try changing your Windows Theme to a more plain less animations ect..

To do this click on the desktop right-click now click on Personalise and now there are many things you can adjust to improve your computers performance like screen saver settings, wallpaper settings, theme settings and many more.

If your using the theme Vista Aero (with glass effect) then i would recommend you to change the theme to the Vista Basic theme.

The glass effect uses lots of your computers RAM and will slow it down dramatically.

Here is a guide so you can change your theme with example pictures so it's much easyier to understand what to do - http://grok.lsu.edu/Article.aspx?articleId=638

Good luck. Hope my solution was helpful.

Nov 03, 2007 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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