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It’s finally here.

Over the past week, we’ve been working hard to create the first video tutorials on how to create your own custom themes. While we were at it, we also added a set of “demos” to our existing tutorial. These two posts now contain both of our tutorials, as well as additional information you’ve been asking for.

To jump right to the tutorial page or to jump around between the tutorials, follow these links:

The Beginner’s Guide

The Theme Workshop Tutorial

For more detailed information related to this tutorial, check out the following links:

If you are experiencing issues with the tutorial, just try the following in the “Start Menu” window:

Win7 Aero: Click Control-Tab

Win8 Aero: Click Control-Cmd-Tab

Win9 Aero: Click Win-Tab

Windows 10 / Windows 8.1: Click Tools > Folder Options > Open command prompt with administrator priviligies

After the tutorial is complete, and you’ve created the theme you desire, you can use it from your system tray. You’ll get an icon (the one in the upper right-hand corner of the taskbar) that looks like a spinning spinning cube:

Or if you prefer, you can drag the theme from your desktop into the theme gallery, located in the lower right-hand corner of the home screen as shown below:

To learn more, check out these links:
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