Friday, 10 May 2019

How to Change Windows 10 look and Feel like Windows 7

How to Change Windows 10 look and Feel like Windows 7? People want to use upgrade version features of window but they still want to use  Windows 7  for it's some useful features.



Windows 10 is one of the significant improvement over the previous Windows 7. Being the latest version, Windows 10 has seen a lot of significant improvements in performance, security,  and efficiency. It has lots of new features like Cortana, Classic Start Menu, Universal apps, and many more. However, Windows 7 still remains popular among most of the Window users and is one of the favorite platforms despite the steady growth of the new version. 


Make Windows 10 look like Windows 7


  1. Change the Windows 10 Start Menu to look like Windows 7.
  2. Make Windows 10 Explorer look like Windows 7 Explorer
  3. Customize the color scheme of  Windows Title Bars to look like Windows 7.
  4. Remove Cortana Box & Task View from the Taskbar.
  5. Turn Off the Action Center.
  6. Switch to local account instead of Microsoft Account
  7. Add shortcut to Classic Personalization Windows for quick access.
  8. Change the Desktop Background & Icons to Windows 7.

If you are an admirer  and looking out to have a Windows 7 like interface on your latest Windows 10 platform then you are on the right place. Without any doubt or Confusion, it is always wise to install the latest version of Windows to have a secured platform and have the benefit of more features and improved efficiency. Windows 7 remains popular even now for its aesthetics and if you still miss Windows 7, you can have the best of both the worlds by making your Windows 10 look like Windows 7 without sacrificing the useful features of Windows 10.

Though there is no direct method to switch back to the Windows 7 interface, you can use third party software and tweak settings to make your Windows 10 platform appear and act like Windows 7. In this article, we step you through a variety of tips and tricks to make your Windows 10 look like Windows 7.


1. Change the Windows 10 Start Menu to look like Windows 7


If your fan favorite of Windows 7 design, then you will definitely like its classic Start menu. You can convert the Windows 10 Start Menu to look like Windows 7 using a free tool called classic Shell tool. Follow the below steps to use this tool to modify your Windows 10 Start Menu.

Download and install Classic Shell. The latest stable version of Classic Shell is 4.3.1 and is available for download on classicshell.net.

Launch Classic Shell. Click the Start Menu Style tab and choose the Windows 7 Style from the options.

Click OK to apply the new settings




2. Make Windows 10 Explorer look like Windows 7 Explorer.

If you like the Windows 7 ‘s File Explorer over the current File Explorer, you can use the software called OldNewExplorer that will make your Windows 10 Explorer to Windows 7 Explorer.




3. Customize the color scheme of  Windows Title Bars to look like Windows 7.


The Windows Title Bar is White by default. You can customize the colors of the Title bar to resemble Windows 7 using inbuilt settings.



  1.  Open Settings and navigate to Personalization.
  2. Click Colors option from the menu and pick the Windows colors that closely resembles Windows 7.
  3. Select the box for Title bars to display the accent colors on the Windows Title Bars


4. Remove Cortana Box & Task View from the Taskbar.


Windows 10 has search box integrated with the Cortana. If you want to have Windows 7 like interface, you can remove the Cortana from the taskbar using the inbuilt settings.

Right-click anywhere on the surface of Taskbar. From the menu, deselect the Show Task View.

Tap Cortana from the menu and select the option Hidden from the submenu.




5. Turn Off the Action Center.

Action center is an option available in Windows 10 which helps to keep a tap on all the notifications. You can disable the Action center using inbuilt settings.

Open Settings and navigate to System.

Click Notification & Actions from the menu and Toggle the switch to off on the slider to disable the Action Center.




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