Recent Windows 10 versions include a native dark mode. It allows you to switch between the dark and light themes. This can be done with Settings, by changing the options located under Personalization -> Colors. Unfortunately, Windows 10 doesn't allow you to switch its color mode automatically on a schedule. Luckily, this can be easily implemented with the help of Task Scheduler and a simple Registry tweak.
Starting in Windows 10 Build 18282, the operating system includes a new light theme that changes the color of the Start menu, the taskbar, and the Action Center to white with acrylic effects. Also, the 'Colors' page of the Settings app was updated to include a set of new options to customize the appearance.
Windows 10 supports themes which may include custom desktop backgrounds, sounds, mouse cursors, desktop icons, and an accent color. There are a number of methods you can use to change a theme in Windows 10. Let's review them all.
With the release of Windows 10 build 15014, Microsoft has updated the Store. Now you can get new themes for your Desktop using a special link in the Settings app, which will lead you directly to a new section of Windows Store dedicated to Themes.
If you are following our blog, then you must be knowing that Microsoft made it possible to download and install themes from the Windows Store. Let's see how it can be done.
Some of you may already know about Microsoft's intention to distribute themes for Windows 10 via the Windows Store. This move will not only allow developers to sell their own themes on Microsoft's platform, but will also secure users from the dangers of downloading potentially dangerous UI customization tweaks from other unknown or untrusted sources. Well, at least that's what Microsoft wants us to believe. The first set of themes seems to be already available in Windows Store and was spotted by some enthusiasts, who made them available to download ahead of schedule.