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    How to change the default Theme on Windows XP on Lenovo notebook?

    There was a default Theme set on Windows XP on my Lenovo notebook which I need to replace with a transferred file. In what way I can do that?



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    Satya Praveen Array
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    Re: How to change the default Theme on Windows XP on Lenovo notebook?

    Hello friend,


    I have the solution for your problem just do as i say...........

    1.Firstly go to the start menu.

    2.Later you go to the 'My Computer'.

    3.Then you go to the location where the themes are present.

    4.Open the theme which you like much.

    5.Make a right click on that theme.

    6.Now click on the option 'Set as Wallpaper'.


    Have a nice day....................

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    Aniruddha Array
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    Re: How to change the default Theme on Windows XP on Lenovo notebook?

    Hi,

    Changing a theme in Windows XP is a simple thing provided themes are already installed on your System.

    Right-click on "Desktop" > "Properties" > "Themes" > select any > OK > Apply.

    And you have changed the desktop theme.

    Thanks.

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    sharmayogesh3047 Array
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    Re: How to change the default Theme on Windows XP on Lenovo notebook?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    There was a default Theme set on Windows XP on my Lenovo notebook which I need to replace with a transferred file. In what way I can do that?

    HELLO DEAR,

    Dear to set a theme to your computer dear simply right click on the theme you want to set and a list appears from this list choose the option set as wallpaper.

    FOR MORE THEMES YOU CAN DOWNLOAD IT FROM THE BELOW GIVEN LINK.

    DOWNLOAD LINK FOR THEMES FOR WINDOW XP :-

    >> www.dkszone.net/20-best-visual-themes-for-windows-xp.

    >> http://www.instantfundas.com/2008/07...indows-xp.html.

    AND ITíS DONE.

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    Mr.HB Array
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    Re: How to change the default Theme on Windows XP on Lenovo notebook?

    Right-click anywhere on the desktop, and then select (left click) Properties from the menu that appears.

    You will be presented with the display properties box

    Click on the small arrow that we have pointed out above and you will see a selection of themes from which to choose from.

    As you can see in our example, we have 5 options:

    My current theme = your current settings.

    Windows Classic = if you are used to previous versions of windows, then this will be nice and familiar.

    Windows XP = the default theme.

    More themes online.. = allows you to look for more themes on the internet.

    Browse... = if you have themes stored on your pc, for instance if you have downloaded any, then select this option and navigate to the folder where you have stored them.

    When you have selected your theme, you can preview it by clicking on the apply button, when you are happy with the selected theme simply click OK.

    The Save as button allows you to save your current theme (for instance if you made some manual changes to a preset theme).

    The Delete button allows you to get rid of any themes you don't want.

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    amitendra Array
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    Re: How to change the default Theme on Windows XP on Lenovo notebook?

    Hi

    fallow these step to change the theme windows Xp on lenovo notebook

    Step 1-right click on desktop
    Step 2-Select properties option
    Step 3- now you see a theme option
    Step 4-select any theme as you want and apply it


    You can also download more theme from given URL

    http://www.fileguru.com/apps/themes_for_lenovo_laptop

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