Microsoft Rolls Out Eerie Autumn Windows 7 Theme
Article by George Norman
On 25 Oct 2010
What’s scarier than having to wake up on Monday and spending the whole day at work? Why booting up your computer and hearing a ghoulish sound coming out of your speakers and a spooky image show up on your monitor. That’s what will happen if you get the brand new Windows 7 theme called Eerie Autumn. Here’s the official description of this Windows 7 theme pack, as presented on this preview page:

“Scared much? Gargoyles, gourds, and ghostly creatures haunt this eerily elegant Windows 7 theme.”

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The Eerie Autumn theme pack is made up of 15 ghoulish looking desktop backgrounds. You will see a spooky looking jack lantern, a full moon, some bats, and more. Check out the image below to see a preview of all the 15 wallpapers this theme pack has to offer.

The best part about the Eerie Autumn theme pack is that the images are accompanied by spooky sounds. You will hear them when you log into Windows, when you log out, when you connect an USB device, when you unplug an USB device, and even when a search in Office or OpenOffice.org turns up nothing.

If you would like to get the Eerie Autumn Windows 7 theme pack, you can get it by simply clicking here.
A sneak preview is available below. Eerie Autumn Theme for Windows 7 images
If you would like to get other theme packs for Windows 7, visit the Personalization Gallery here. Besides Windows 7 themes, the site also features desktop backgrounds, desktop gadgets and SideShow gadgets.

In related news, the Bing’s Best theme pack, with its 4th iteration, changed its name, so instead of Bing’s Best 4, we now have Best of Bing 4. The Best of Bing 4 theme pack features a grand total of 18 wallpapers. As you probably have grown accustomed by now, these are top quality, incredibly good looking images that will look great on your Windows 7 desktop. My favorite image is the jumping fox (check out the image below to see what I’m talking about).


If you would like to get the Best of Bing 4 theme pack for Windows 7, you can download it here.



Tags: Microsoft, Windows 7 theme pack, Eerie Autumn
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