Millions of PC users have already downloaded and installed the next major version of Windows operating system, Windows 10. Excited and enthusiasts Windows users are coming up with new tools and visual styles (themes) for the newest version of Windows operating system.
Just like its predecessors, Windows 10 doesn’t allow you install third-party visual styles. That is, one cannot simply install a theme in Windows without patching up original system files. In Windows 10 as well, we need to edit or replace a couple of original system files to enable support for third-party visual styles.
When it comes to enabling third-party themes support in Windows, UxStyle is one of the more popular tools. UxStyle, first released back in 2009 for Windows 7, has received updates over the years to support Windows 8 and Windows 8.1.
UxStyle for Windows 10
This time too, the developer behind UxStyle has updated the program to support the newly released Windows 10 and is now available for download.
PC users who are running Windows 10 and want to customize the operating system by installing new visual styles can now download UxStyle for Windows 10 and install the same.
As you may know, unlike other similar utilities out there, UxStyle doesn’t make any changes to the original system files, meaning this tool is safer when compared tools.
To enable third-party themes support, double-click on the downloaded UxStyle executable. If you’re asked to reboot, perform a reboot. That’s all.
A single setup file consists files for both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 10.