Microsoft has updated their collection of the 4K premium themes with a new set of images to honor and celebrate the ocean. The theme contains 10 images of beaches, sea life, sunsets, and storms.
World Oceans Day PREMIUM
On World Oceans Day, people around the globe honor and celebrate the ocean. You can too with these 10 premium 4k images of beaches, sea life, sunsets, and storms.
Download it here:
Don't forget to check out the following 4K themepacks collected from Microsoft Store. They are really great:
If you have plenty of themes installed, and no longer need them, you can delete custom themes installed manually or from the Store, all at once. Check out Remove All Installed Themes At Once in Windows 10.
The *.deskthemepack file format
Starting with Windows 7, Microsoft invented a new theme format - themepack. It was created so all the theme resources would be packed inside a single file and sharing of such themes would be easy. In Windows 8, the file format was revised to deskthemepack, and supported specifying if the window color would be automatically set based on the dominant color of the desktop background. Windows 10 supports both themepack and deskthemepack formats. Technically, themepack and deskthemepack are usually ZIP or CAB archives that contain images, and the corresponding *.theme text file with image names packed into a long text block.
Interested users can directly extract images from such files. This can be useful for Windows 7 users, since the OS doesn't support *.deskthemepack files. The alternative solution for Windows 7 is Deskthemepack Installer, the app that allows to install Windows 10 and Windows 8 themes in Windows 7 with one click.
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