Windows 7 gets festive for the holiday season

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As the end of the year is quickly approaching, many of us are about to move into the holiday season of gift giving, turkey dinners, and lots of snow. So why not celebrate the holiday season with some festive Windows 7 themes from Microsoft.

In spirit of the holiday season, and today being Thanksgiving for millions of Americans, Microsoft posted some brand new Windows 7 themes to keep you in the holiday spirit.

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The new Holiday Lights theme offers 17 unique wallpapers, which automatically rotate on your desktop, so you get a new wallpaper every time you use your computer. If it's still a little early for the snow themes just yet, you can always use the Harvest Time theme, which offers 18 unique wallpapers of landscapes and crops.

If you aren't into the festive themes, you can always download the Halo: Reach theme pack that includes 12 selective wallpapers and scenes from the game. There is also an entire gallery of theme packs, including four best of Bing packs - that includes some of the best images from the daily Bing theme - a number of movie, games, animals and many more categories.

Download the Harvest Time theme pack here (14.6MB)
Download the Holiday Lights theme pack here (8.8MB)
Download the Halo: Reach theme pack here (11.1MB)

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It's even more fun to make you own themes with your own pictures. Make's it nice to have one's pictures load in a time period you choose. Nice....

but its not too early for the snow themes in the UK ... doubt that people will actually want to see even more snow on their computer, tho

carmatic said,
but its not too early for the snow themes in the UK ... doubt that people will actually want to see even more snow on their computer, tho

It was 30 below here a couple days ago (Centigrade, without windchill)

Now we have a chinook (warm, dry tropical winds) and it's about 2 degrees, and my water main ruptured