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Customize the colors of Windows task manager

Don’t like green? Then download Se7en Task Manager Modder, a portable application that allows you to change the color scheme of the graph, grid, CPU line, Memory Line, bar and digits in the Task Manager.

Simply launch the executable file of the program and use the sliders to adjust colors of the various sections on the task manager. Alternatively, you can check the box labeled “Hex grid” underneath the sliders and enter you own color hex value to create unlimited color schemes. For the the CPU bar, you can use a custom BMP image file.


A real time preview reflects each change you make. The actual change doesn’t happen until you click on the Modify button. If the new colors look bad, you can restore to the original colors.

Se7en Task Manager Modder requires Windows 7 and works on both 32-bit and 64-bit flavors. Windows XP and Vista users can try the Blue Task Manager.

[via The Windows Club]


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