Change your Windows® 7 computer theme and improve its performance
Do you know that you can improve the performance of your Windows 7 PC by changing its theme? This article will explain you how the performance will improve
Let's start with the definition of theme. A theme is a collection of audio, images and colors on your computer. The desktop background, screen saver, sound scheme are all included in the themes. There are some themes which also include the mouse pointer and desktop icons.
Themes are used for giving a better look to Windows 7 PC. By default, Windows 7 includes some basic themes for your computer. You can also download them from various websites. There are some websites which provides them at no cost. Here is a list of some websites which provides the themes for free.
In Windows 7, you can choose from a list of available themes like Aero theme, Windows 7 Basic theme, and high-contrast theme. If you like any theme then just click on it to apply it as your theme. Windows 7 also allows you to create a customized theme. Now you can even change the individual components of a theme and save it for your use and can share it with your friends too.
The themes are allocated a particular amount of computer memory. If they occupy the complete or most of the allocated memory, then, you might see a message which will inform you that your current theme is utilizing most of its allowed memory. It might slow down your Windows 7 computer performance. So, you can choose the basic theme or the high-contrast theme to improve its performance. Suppose you choose the Windows 7 basic then you may have to compromise with the premium visual experience offered by Aero feature.
Follow the procedure to change the Windows 7 theme:
STEP 1 : Click on Start button.
STEP 2 : Then, click on the Control Panel. A search box will open.
STEP 3 : Type personalization in the search box. This step will open the Personalization option.
STEP 4 : If you want to choose Windows 7 Basic theme or the High Contrast Themes, then click on these themes under the Basic and High contrast Themes.