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12 New Windows 7 Themes [May 2011 Edition]

Here is a fresh collection of great looking themes for Windows 7. Please read instructions provided by the theme author to know how to use it. Often the theme author provides links to wallpapers, icons etc. which makes to possible to achieve the exact look as shown in the screenshot. These needs to be downloaded and applied separately or using separate tools, some of which has been previously discussed here.

Also checkout the previous collection of Windows 7 themes – Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4.

Static 2.0

Easily one of the best theme in this collection. Comes with three different visual styles, three different explorerframes with matching start orbs.


Lion Skin Pack 4.0

An update to the previous pack (featured in the last collection of Windows 7 themes)




Maverick for Win7

A gorgeous theme inspired from Ubuntu Maverick


Minimal Taste Reloaded


Artomate first update

This is still a work in progress, but appears to be stable.


Glass Onion

- Contains two sub styles : Dusk 'n' Dawn
- Supports top, bottom and left taskbar,
- Has two different fonts: Calibri and Windows default Segoe UI font.







This theme is in beta


U-7imate Beta



There are 4 styles to choose from with this theme, 2 styles with the User Picture frame in the Start Menu and 2 without, there are also Basic versions for both for those less fortunate who can not use Aero. The basic skin is fully skinned and looks almost identical and in some respects better then the Aero version.



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