Install and Enable 3rd Party Themes or Custom Themes in Windows 7/Vista/XP

How To Use or apply a custom themes in Windows PC, without patching any system files? UXStyle is a small utility that installs a background service that will enable to use a custom themes.

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UxStyle is a light-weight system service named Unsigned Themes, complimentary to the Themes service, and a kernel driver, sizing in at ~500k and ~17kb respectfully (beta builds). The service handles the enabling/disabling of custom theme support and the kernel driver handles patching. For 64-bit platforms, the kernel driver is signed with a digital certificate, as required by Microsoft.

When you install UXStyle it will add a background service that will enable to use a custom themes or any 3rd party themes in Windows PC, it supports Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP.

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Note: In our test system (Windows 7 Pro SP1 x64) sometimes the service wont load properly, and your custom theme wont be applied, re-install will fix it that is why we prefer to use Universal Theme Patcher if you want a stable way to patch your system.

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  • yet

    Yes, it is buggy. Sometimes the service wont load properly. it is noted on the article.
    I prefer the multi patcher, but I just want to share it to those who doesn’t want to patch or affraid of modifying their system files.
    We post new article on Universal Theme Patcher >

  • Ed

    I have tried Uxstyle before but have always had buggy experiences with it, a much better theme patcher to use 3rd party themes in Windows Vista or 7 is Universal Theme Patcher.