New Free Windows 7 RTM Themes Available

By Koushik Saha on 24.12.09

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Looking for content to personalize your copy of Windows 7? One of the best places to start is the Windows Personalization Gallery hosted on Microsoft.com. The Redmond company is collaborating with a range of partners in order to offer end users running the latest version of the Windows 7 client a great selection of free content designed to let them tailor the desktop in accordance with their preferences.
One of the best things about the Windows Personalization Gallery for Windows 7 RTM is the fact that Microsoft continues to update the website with new content, all made available as free downloads for end users.

Since the general availability of Windows Vista’s successor on October 22nd, 2009, Microsoft has also introduced a small redesign to the gallery. In this sense, users already familiar with the personalization destination for Windows 7 might have already noticed a new category for themes. At the very top of the list featured on the site are four new themes, appropriately placed in the New Themes area.

Now, Twinkle Wish might have already worn off its new theme smell, since you have been able to read about it and download it for quite some time. However, there are an additional three fresh items that have been added to the Windows Personalization Gallery after Twinkle Wish, namely Cats Anytime, Dogs in Winter and Summit on the Summit.

Of course, there is a consistent number of themes on the Windows Personalization Gallery that users can grab at no charge at all and modify their Windows 7 desktops accordingly. At the same time, via a project ran by Microsoft Advertising, the giant is offering companies around the opportunity to advertise their brands on Windows 7 desktops everywhere. Some companies have already jumped at the chance, including Coca Cola, Pepsi, Ducati, Ferrari, etc.

1 comments for this post

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Posted on February 6, 2010 at 2:07 AM