Windows Blinds 6 Released

by on October 6, 2007
in Softwares, Technology


Windows Blinds is another very popular utility that allows you to change the look and feel of your Windows desktop. You can apply custom themes and styles without much hassle. It’s really easy-to-use and best of all, it doesn’t kill much of the system resources. Recently, it released it’s sixth version called Window Blinds 6.

Window Blinds 6

Wit this latest version, you can customize every aspect of Windows. Start bar, title bars, buttons, and give it a unique look of its own. In fact, you can even customize your Windows looks like another operating system :) .


New Features:

  • Animation in skins
  • Adjustable transparency
  • user-customizable skin sub-styles
  • Easy-to-use interface
  • Choose fonts and colors for skins
  • Vista compatible
  • Advance shading feature to make Windows XP like Vista
  • And much more

Purchase and Download:

A good news for customers who bought Window Blinds 5 after February 1, 2007 will be able to download Window Blinds 6 for free. Download the 30 days trial version or purchase the enhanced registered version for only $19.95. This can also be purchased as a part of Object Desktop which comes for $49.95.

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  • windows blinds is good but the only problem is it needs too much memory to run and that’s where I start to hate it!

  • @ReviewSaurus: The latest version isn’t a memory hog :) You should give it a try.

  • ya the latest version isn’t a memory hog. i have given it a try and was quite impressed :wink:

  • Windows blind is really very good.
    It’s worth trying.
    Only worry was that it may eat up large amount of memory. But believe I gave it a try it works absolutely fine.

  • I use its previous version but it made the windows loading heavy, isn’t it???

  • Yeah, you are right. The previous versions were very heavy, but this one isn’t :) . So do give it a try!

  • Ah.. finally Vista support! I really wonder, if something like this is available as a freeware or with support for Mac. Any ideas any one?

  • @Thilak: After searching, I found a few free applications that do the same work. Check out the list here:

    Or, do try this out: Theme Manager 2.3 – Download

  • wael

    thank uuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu

    I HATE IT !!!