Your Complete Guide to Windows Customization

You can create a Windows desktop environment that not only accommodates your needs, but also looks stunningly beautiful.  If you’re anything like me, when you start to use a new computer the first thing you’ll do is to make it “yours”. Essentially you adapt the computer to fit your needs in a faster manner. For instance, you might Download Google Chrome, install your favorite antivirus software and uninstall the things that you don’t deem necessary. Only then do you get to work.

It doesn’t have to end there. Many go above and beyond to make their devices feel really “theirs”. Rooting your Android device, jailbreaking your iPhone or iTouch, and using custom themes on your phone is fun – and just the beginning. The ubiquity of mobile devices has really pulled the strings and started a mini revolution in this regard.
 
That’s fun, but the grand majority of people still use desktop and laptop devices in order to get their work done. Sure, mobile devices are becoming increasingly productive tools, but at this point in time the desktop is still king.

But just because your computer is mostly for work doesn’t mean you can’t also make it yours. You can use tools that will customize nearly every aspect of the visual aspect of your Windows experience. These tools are user friendly and are easy to operate – even by absolute beginners.



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