Windows 7: Slideshow wallpapers, theme gallery, theme packs, and EULA

You have to hand it to those lawyers, always trying so hard to protect their mumbo jumbos. The placeholder page for the Windows 7 End User License Agreement is now live and has been for at least 2 weeks. There’s not much on the page yet, but all you privacy enthusiasts like myself should keep […]

You have to hand it to those lawyers, always trying so hard to protect their mumbo jumbos. The placeholder page for the Windows 7 End User License Agreement is now live and has been for at least 2 weeks. There’s not much on the page yet, but all you privacy enthusiasts like myself should keep a close on this page to make sure no personal information is transmitted anywhere through previously unannounced functionality which may interest some technology enthusiasts who like that sort of stuff but not us because our privacy is priority Roman numeral.

Don’t worry Windows 95 Plus! enthusiasts, Microsoft hasn’t forgotten about you and your themes. A recently updated MSDN Library document shows that Microsoft hasn’t just brushed themes under the carpet, but instead dusted it off, added some new polish and is even putting it under the spotlight.

The document “Creating and Installing Theme Files” (now edited) has been updated with several “additions to the .theme file format were made for Windows 7&Prime. 

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