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Vista Visual Master - The complete Windows Vista customization package


What is Vista Visual Master?

Vista Visual Master is a free application that will help you to customize your Windows Vista easily.  With a clean and simple interface it brings you an All-in-One set of powerful and neatly classified tools, settings and tweaks.  Now You can change the look of the windows and buttons, change the system icons and hundreds of file icons, reconfigure the boot and logon screen, patch and apply your new themes, and you can customize Windows Vista according to your wishes. It's rich in features:
* System Settings
Remove the small arrow on each icon; show Windows version on the computer desktop and hide all desktop items; disable or enable Windows Sidebar; disable changing wallpapers; force to enable DWM effect and create seperate processes for desktop and explorer.
* Theme Patch
Patch your original theme so that you can use other themes to personalize your computer.
* Change icons
Yes,You can replace about 40 system icons and hundreds of file icons, including "Computer","Recycle Bin" or even icons for WinRar, Microsoft Word or Microsoft Excel files, as well as icons for any file or folder.
* Boot and logon screens
With Vista Visual Master you can now change logon and boot screens - no more Windows logo when you switch on your computer. You can select whatever you want to see on the screen. Many logon screen and boot screen formats are supported. Just download them from the Internet and Vista Visual Master will be able to use them. You will be able to see a small preview for every logon and boot screen you have installed.
Click here to Download Vista Visual Master

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Rishi said...
September 16, 2008 at 10:50 PM  

Nice toy. Want something like this for XP. Anyone please?

Hari Maurya said...
September 16, 2008 at 10:55 PM  

Hey Rishi....you can use Stardock's Windows Blind for Customizing Windows XP

Rishi said...
September 16, 2008 at 11:04 PM  

Yeah, But looking for free app. One has to pay for WindowBlinds. I don't like it for this single reason. Thanks pal. You found this amazing app for Vista.

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