When you install Windows XP or Vista, you're supplied with the same interface, desktop backgrounds and colour schemes that millions of other users have installed. Indeed, look at your fellow work colleagues, and they'll have hardly changed anything at all. Perhaps the desktop background, but that's about it. There's little individualisation. However, just about every aspect of the Windows interface can be altered, changed and improved.
WindowBlinds 5.51 is a customisation tool that's been around for ages. It enables you to have complete control over your Windows interface. You can create your own skin or download from one of the hundreds of pre-designed skins, from the Internet. You can then add your own further changes if you want to customise further. WindowBlinds 5.51 is now Windows Vista compatible.
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