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I Can change my XP theme?

RAM G.B.
Service Pack 3
Hard Disk 160 G.B.

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Use the display control panel applet (right click on the desktop->click properties->themes tab & select the one you want... you can also download those avail for free on microsoft website too, if your OS is original..

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Just used the tune-up utilities or the tweak xp

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