WindowBlinds 8.02

WindowBlinds is a software utility that allows you to completely change the look and feel of Microsoft Windows. It works by applying new visual styles, also called skins, across the entire user interface (i.e. start menu, window frames, title bars, menus, buttons, taskbar, scroll bars, ...) of the operating system. As a result, you gain complete control over the way Windows looks. Select from the many skins included with WindowBlinds or choose from thousands of skins available for download at


  • Apply skins to your desktop
  • Add backgrounds, textures and colors to skins
  • Customize title bars and buttons
  • Choose your own skin fonts
  • Choose from thousands of FREE skins at
  • Windows 8/7 support
  • And more!

What's new in WindowBlinds 8.02:

  • *** Celebrating 15 years of skinning ***
  • Adds Modern skin
  • Assorted Start8 menu fixes
  • OmniPage 19 menu tweaks
  • Assorted other fixes

Disclaimer: Neowin's relationship to Stardock.

Download: WindowBlinds 8.02 | 48.7 MB (30-day trial - $9.99 to buy)
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I dunno. I used to use this on XP - particularly the Christmas theme at Christmas - that was awesome. But now, since Win Vista, I have always felt the themes a little ugly or non user-friendly. And the old ones aren't updated so they look naff now

I recall now that the original thing that attracted me to Neowin was the Windows Themes forum.

Windows XP was the best when it came to themes.

I can't agree more. Vista themes and newer lack the diversity XP themes had, most of them are just "clear" variations of the stock theme, which only look good on a screenshot with a smooth wallpaper in the background, but are a PITA in real world use.

@ Shadrack.
Dude!! Me too. This was like 10 years ago exactly. I recall the programs available then were - StyleXp and Styler toolbar. Besides Neowin there was another site cant remember the name - was probably an affiliate since it was always on the front page sidebar.