Easily create and add additional style modes to Windows 10. Add new “modes” to Windows® 10. Create and share your own styles. Customize the Start button, title bar buttons, and title bar. Adjust hundreds of other small elements in Windows.
- Fixes a repaint issue with the taskbar prevents curtains from interfering with other taskbar controlling applications when taskbar skinning is disabled (reboot required after changing)
- Fixes a problem with the background of part of the ribbon when in glass mode
- Add new “modes” to Windows® 10
- Create and share your own styles
- Customize the Start button, title bar buttons, and title bar
- Adjust hundreds of other small elements in Windows
- Apply: Curtains works similarly to the modes that Microsoft has implemented. Any app that already supports the existing dark and light modes will automatically benefit from Curtains. Stardock Curtains includes several new styles, like Crystal, Sky, and Midnight. It also includes styles that let you change Windows to look like previous versions (XP, Windows 95, etc.) as well as alternative operating systems.
- Create: Using the built-in style editor, you can easily create and share your own styles. A Curtains style can change everything that Light and Dark mode can change, including the Start button, title bar buttons, and title bar coloring. It also supports tweaking gradients, shadows opacity, and hundreds of other small elements of the Windows GUI. Curtains makes it very easy for people to create their own styles. There are a lot of customization features that have been buried in recent years, such as font faces and sizes, detailed color choices, and much more.
How to use it?
- Install. Don’t start the trial at the end of the installation, just click finish without starting any trial.
- Open Task Manager / Services tab / Find “Curtains” service, right-click on it and click Stop.
- Replace fix.
- Open Task Manager / Services tab / Find “Curtains” service, right-click on it, and click Start.
- Untick check for updates feature.