Try the Space by GTGraphics Theme for Windows 7
Article by George Norman
On 24 May 2011
There’s a new cool Windows 7 theme available on the Personalization Gallery, theme offered by GTGraphics.de, the site owned by German artists Tobias Roetsch (Tänaron) and Jeff Michelmann (gucken). The theme in question is called Space by GTGraphics and it is a collection of top quality images of space – what else. There are in total 16 images in the theme pack.

Here’s how the theme’s official description goes on the Personalization Gallery:
“Send your desktop to the furthest reaches of the universe with these fantastic photorealistic images of distant planets and outer space events by GTGraphics in this free Windows 7 theme.”

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Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Enterprise, as well as Windows 7 Ultimate users can grab the theme free of charge from the Personalization Gallery here. The aforementioned Personalization Gallery is home to more than 100 themes; you can also find a variety of wallpapers and various gadgets on the same Personalization Gallery. Check out all the offerings here.

Another great theme you could get is the recently released Bing Maps Aerial Imagery theme, which is the second RSS-fed theme available on the Personalization Gallery; this means that it uses an RSS feed to update itself and get new images. The first RSS-fed theme, in case you were wondering, is Bing Dynamic.

The official description of the Bing Maps Aerial Imagery theme goes like this:
“Get breathtaking views of the United States delivered to your desktop with this free Windows 7 theme that captures the best of Bing Maps aerial photography. Once downloaded, this dynamic theme updates automatically through an RSS feed.”

Another theme you could get is the recently released Best of Bing Australia 2, the sequel to the Best of Bing Australia theme that was rolled out to the Personalization Gallery in the autumn of 2010. The Best of Bing Australia 2 theme showcases Australia’s beauty.

The official description of the Best of Bing Australia theme goes like this:
“Koalas, crocodiles, and cockatoos are just some of the natural wonders that come straight to your desktop in this free Windows 7 theme, a sequel to the popular Best of Bing: Australia.”

And now, some previews of the abovementioned themes.

A preview of the Space by GTGraphics theme.


A preview of the Bing Maps Aerial Imagery theme.


And a preview of the Best of Bing Australia 2 theme.




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