First Windows 10 Themes Now Available For Download, Get Them Here

Microsoft | Dec 25, 2016 | Master3395

Microsoft has started rolling out theme support in Windows 10 to the Insiders who are running the latest build. This feature will be rolled out to all users in early 2017. The users can find out the themes in Windows Store and install them on their PCs.

In October, at its Windows 10 event, Microsoft revealed that some new features will be arriving in Windows 10 with the Creators Update, which is codenamed Redstone 2. 

The company teased Windows 10 themes that can be installed from Windows Store. For those who don’t know, Windows themes are supposed to add themed sounds, accent color, wallpapers, and other little customizations to your PC.

At the moment, the Windows 10 theme support is only available to Windows Insiders who are running the latest preview build, i.e., build 14951 or higher.

The company is expected to bring the support for these themes to all users via Windows 10 Insider Preview in early 2017.

MSPowerUser notes that the users can try the themes right now by looking for WindowsApps in Program Files. In that folder, you’ll find .themepack that can be installed.

Some of the Windows 10 themes available on Windows Store are:

Did you find the Windows 10 themes attractive? Don’t forget to share your views and feedback in the comments below.

Keywords: Microsoft, Windows, Windows10, Theme

Author: Master3395


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