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  1. Personalization Change Task Manager Theme in Windows 11

    Task Manager can be used to view and manage your processes, performance statistics, app history, startup apps, users, processes details, and services in Windows 11. Starting with Windows 11 build 22626.891 and Windows 11 build 25247, Microsoft has added the ability to use your preferred theme...
  2. Personalization Delete Sound Theme in Windows 11

    A sound theme is a set of sounds applied to events in Windows and programs. After you change your system sounds, you can save it as a sound theme to have available to select as a sound scheme. If you decide you no longer want the saved sound theme, you can delete it. This tutorial will show...
  3. Personalization Save Sound Theme in Windows 11

    A sound theme is a set of sounds applied to events in Windows and programs. After you change your system sounds, you can save it as a sound theme to have available to select as a sound scheme. This tutorial will show you how to save a sound theme for your account in Windows 11. Each sound...
  4. Personalization Change System Sounds in Windows 11

    A sound theme is a set of sounds applied to events in Windows and programs. You can select an existing theme, or change the sound for individual events for Windows, File Explorer, and Windows Speech Recognition. Reference: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/win32/uxguide/vis-sound This...
  5. Personalization Enable or Disable Change Theme in Windows 11

    A theme is a combination of the desktop background, lock screen background, colors, sounds, and mouse pointers. This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable changing the theme for all or specific users in Windows 10 and Windows 11. You must be signed in as and administrator to enable...
  6. Personalization Delete Theme in Windows 11

    A theme is a combination of the desktop background, lock screen background, colors, sounds, and mouse pointers. You can delete a saved custom .theme, saved .deskthemepack, theme from Microsoft, theme from Microsoft Store, Windows default theme, or high contrast theme you no longer want. This...
  7. Personalization Save Custom Theme in Windows 11

    A theme is a combination of the desktop background, lock screen background, colors, sounds, and mouse pointers. You can save your custom theme to a .theme or .deskthemepack file. When you save your custom theme to a .theme file, it is saved to the %LocalAppData%\Microsoft\Windows\Themes folder...
  8. Personalization Allow or Prevent Themes to Change Desktop Icons in Windows 11

    Windows includes the common This PC (aka: Computer), User's Files, Network, Recycle Bin, and Control Panel shortcuts that you can add or remove as icons on your desktop. Changing your theme can also change your desktop icons to what's included in the theme. This tutorial will show you how to...
  9. Personalization Allow or Prevent Themes to Change Mouse Pointers in Windows 11

    The mouse pointer, which is sometimes referred to as the cursor, is a bitmap that specifies a focus point on the screen for user input with the mouse. You can change the mouse pointer style, color, and size to make it easier to see in Windows 11. Changing your theme can also change your mouse...
  10. Accessibility Turn On or Off a High Contrast Theme in Windows 11

    Text with low contrast can be difficult to read for people with low vision. There are web sites that have, for example, poor color combinations such as blue links on black backgrounds. They aren’t easy to read even for people with unimpaired vision and can be virtually impossible for people with...
  11. Personalization Change Theme in Windows 11

    A theme is a combination of the desktop background, lock screen background, colors, sounds, and mouse pointers. There are three types of themes. Type of Theme Description My Themes These are themes you have created, made changes to, saved, or downloaded. Any time you change a theme, it...
  12. Personalization Choose Dark or Light Mode for Colors in Windows 11

    In Windows 11, you can change the theme colors that appear in Windows mode and app mode to light or dark. The Dark mode has a darker set of colors and is designed to work well in a low-lit environment. The Light mode setting has a lighter color scheme across the Start menu, taskbar, Quick...
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