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Is there anyone who knows how to make Windows 10 look like Windows 7? I am trying to do that but fail. If you know then help me.
Level 11298 Point Active 2 days ago
Windows 10 is well-designed and has an amazing look. A lot of us were taken aback by this amazing transformation from Windows 7. If you are not able to cope up with this change, then we are here to help you. The best thing about Windows 10 is that it can be customized as per your needs.
Therefore, you can redesign it exactly like Windows 7 so you can operate with ease. With just a few changes in the browser, color scheme, and wallpaper, you will be able to switch back to a Windows 7 display. So, let's begin with the process to make Windows 10 look like Windows 7.
Step 1: Earlier a download for the classic shell was made available for changing the key menu aspects to make it look a lot like Windows 7. Sadly, the support for Classic Shell isn't available any longer.
The code was picked up and then it continued with open shell. Using this tool, you can easily change the Windows 10 Start menu covered under the list of Classic Shell. Now, select Classic Shell menu settings from here.
Step 2: After that, go to the tab of Start Menu style and then select the Windows 7 style.
Step 3: Now, go to the Windows 7 start menu orb. When you are done downloading it, you can select the option of custom near that is given near the Start Menu Style Tab. After that, click on the image that just got downloaded.
Step 4: Now, go to the Skin tab and then select the option of Windows Aero.
Step 5: Select Ok when you are done with all the steps.
Below are the steps that you need to follow for changing the Windows 7 wallpaper.
Step 1: First of all, install the Windows 7 wallpaper.
Step 2: On your desktop, right-click and then choose Personalize.
Step 3: After that, the Settings app will open up before you. It will display the default background panel. Please ensure that the drop-down menu of the background shows a picture and then click on the browse button to search for the wallpaper that you just downloaded.
Below are the steps that you need to carry out to hide Cortana and Task View.
Step 1: Go to the taskbar and then right-click on it. After that, choose Cortana and then select hidden for removing Microsoft's assistant.
Step 2: Go to the taskbar again and right-click on it. Then, select the option of "Show Task View button" and then disable it.
Below are the steps that you need to follow in order to change the colors.
Step 1: Go to the desktop and then right-click. After that, choose the option of Personalize.
Step 2: Now, open the Settings app and then select Colors given on the left side.
Step 3: Choose any color. For example navy blue, red, etc.
Step 4: After that, you need to change the colors of the title bar. Select the option of the Title bar given at the end of the panel. If you want, you can add a taskbar and Start.
Level 1970 Point Active 2 days ago
By all accounts, Windows 10 is not a significant upgrade over Windows 7, and some users wish to return to the good old days, especially in terms of appearance (rather than upgrading to Windows 11). As a result, many Windows 10 users wish to make their machines look like Windows 7 at the very least. So the question is, how to make Windows 10 look like Windows 7?
The good news is that you can preserve your Windows 10 functions while maintaining your beloved Windows 7 appearance. The following instructions will show you how to make precise changes to your Windows 10 computer so that you may pick how much of it you want to seem like Windows 7.
Changing the Start menu on your Windows 10 laptop can give it a Windows 7 feel. Classic Shell used to be the tool for the job, but it's been abandoned for a few years and replaced by the open-source Open Shell project.
We recommend deselecting the "Classic IE" option during installation because it refers to Internet Explorer, no longer supported.
You may choose which links appear on your Start Menu by going to the Customize Start Menu tab. Of course, it's up to you how much and what you want to change, but this program will let you get that Windows 7 look.
If you want the most "Windows 7" look, start by picking "Skin" in Open-Shell settings, then selecting "Classic Skin."
Keep in mind that nothing will happen when you install it. The Open Shell settings can only be accessed by pressing the Windows key.
To remove the lock screen, you'll need to make a few minor adjustments in the Registry Editor. You might wish to skip this step if you're unfamiliar with it. Instead, open the Registry Editor by hitting the Win key and the R key if you're certain you can make some modest adjustments.
When the Registry Editor displays, type regedit and navigate to
After you've completed the previous step, right-click an empty spot in the right-side pane and select "New" then "Key."
In the left-hand window, name the new folder "Personalization." Once you've built it, right-click on the right side and select New->DWORD (32bit) Value. Name it "NoLockScreen" this time.
After that, double-click the new value and change the Value data to "1." change the value to "0" if you ever wish to go back to the previous state.
Remember the wallpaper that came with your Windows 7 computer? By using those wallpapers, you'll be able to give your Windows 10 PC a Windows 7 look.
If you want the original Windows 7 Start button, the Classic Shell forum has a nice selection. Download the style you want from the list by right-clicking it.
Then go to Open Shell settings, pick the Start Menu Style tab, check the Replace Start button box, then select "Custom ->Pick image" and choose the icon you just downloaded.
To make the calendar for Windows 10 look like the calendar for Windows 7, you'll need to make some registry modifications.
If you miss the volume control in Windows 7 and want it back, go to
Choose "Edit -> New -> Key" from the right-click menu on a blank spot in the right pane. Make sure you name it "MTCUVC" when it prompts you to save it.
Right-click a blank area on the right pane again, select "Edit -> DWORD (32-bit) Value," save the value as "EnableMtcUvc," and press Enter. Double-click your DWORD after it's been created, and make sure the Value Data is set to "0." To save your changes, click OK.
Add a Windows 7 Analog Clock to add the Windows 7 analog clock.
Right-click on a black space once more, and then select "Edit -> New -> DWORD (32-bit)."
When it's time to name it, type "UseWin32TrayClockExperience" into the box and hit Enter. Then, double-click it and make sure the Value Data is set to 1 before clicking OK.
Get the Start button.
The classic Windows 7 start button isn't included in Open-Shell-Menu, but you can get a copy from the old Classic Shell forums. Also, BtartButtons.zip can be downloaded from the top post and extracted to a convenient location.
Select the 'Start button' tab in Open-Shell-Menu and check the 'Replace Start button.' Next, click 'Custom button,' then 'Button image,' then browse to where you saved the icons and play with the different options until you find one you like.
The Aero Glass theme, which gave windows and toolbars a smooth, translucent appearance, was one of Windows 7's most appealing features. Yes, it used more resources than Windows 10's default design, but it looked amazing, and current PCs should handle the effect with ease.
This design for the Start menu can be recreated with Open-Shell-Menu. Go to the 'Skin' tab and select 'Windows Aero' from the drop-down list to apply the effect.