Three Themes to Spook Up Your Windows 7 PC
Article by George Norman
On 24 Oct 2011
It is the week before Halloween and by now you are probably unpacking your Halloween decorations to hang around your house and you’re looking for a spooky costume to wear at the Halloween party I’m sure you will attend. If you want to spook up your PC as well, I have some great themes for you.

You could spook up your Windows 7-powered PC with a nice Windows 7 theme from the Personalization Gallery. There are more than 100 themes available in the Personalization Gallery, themes that are offered free of charge to Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, or Ultimate users. Out of the many, many themes available in the Personalization Gallery, three are of interest to us.

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Eerie Autumn
This theme is a collection of 15 spooky but great looking desktop backgrounds (a spooky looking jack lantern, a full moon, some bats, a gargoyle, a creepy forest scenery and so on) accompanied by a spooky soundtrack. A Preview of the Eerie Autumn theme is available below. If you would like to get it and use it to spook up your Windows 7 PC, just click here.



Trick or Treat

If you’re looking for something a bit more cheerful, then I recommend you get the Trick or Treat theme for Windows 7. The theme’s name may be a bit disappointing, but the images are anything but. Check out the image below to get a sneak peak at the cheerfully glowing jack-o'-lanterns this theme features. To get the theme simply click here.




Ticket to fear
If the Eerie Autumn theme is not spooky enough and if the Trick or Treat theme is too cheerful for your tastes, then I invite you to check out the horrifying Ticket to Fear theme for Windows 7. This theme will take you on a tour of a virtual haunted house. Check out the image below for a preview; click this link to download the theme.





Tags: Halloween, Windows 7, Theme, Microsoft, Personalization Gallery
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