Good news to all PC users who have upgraded to the recently released Windows 8.1 update and looking to customize the look of the desktop by installing third-party visual styles. The developer of popular UXStyle software has updated the software and the latest version of UXStyle is fully compatible with Windows 8.1 RTM build.
As some of you might know, UXStyle for Windows 8.1 was first released about three weeks back and then pulled-back to investigate some critical issues.
As with case of its earlier versions, UXStyle for Windows 8.1 also doesn’t replace or modify system files and is much safer than other tools out there to enable third-party visualization support in Windows.
According the developer, UXStyle consists of a system service and a kernel and load them into the memory to enable third-party themes support in Windows without having to replace or edit system files.
The main advantage of this tool is that unlike other tools out there UXStyle doesn’t break your Windows when Microsoft releases new updates for the operating system.
Those of you have previously used UXStyle would know that it doesn’t come with a user interface. That is, once you install the program, you won’t see options to enable or disable third-party themes support. Simply install the software and then reboot your PC to add third-party themes support.
In addition to Windows 8.1, UXStyle Core is also available for Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Server 2003, Server 2008, Server 2008 R2, Server 2012 and Server 2012 R2 operating systems.
Visit the below mentioned link to download UXStyle for Windows 8.1. The current version (0.2.3) is fully compatible with both x86 and x64 versions of Windows 8.1. Note that the download page offers a version of UXStyle for Windows 7 and earlier versions. Be sure to download UXStyle 0.2.3 or later version designed to run on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 versions.