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How to get free WordPress themes and download them

WordPress is the most used blogging CMS software all around the world. It is very easy to use and versatile software, which is suitable to anyone from beginners to advanced users. It provides rich text editor, advanced multimedia support and large supporting community. WordPress is very powerful open source software which is available freely for your website. It provides many modules for most of the famous websites and its intuitive administration interface can be handled by anyone. When you create your blogs with WordPress you will be able to compose a post and immediately publish it on your website. You can easily customize the look of your website with the help of WordPress themes.

A WordPress Theme or template is the look of your site, with some predefined layout of possible sidebar or widget positions including the main website graphics like header, footer and logo. A WordPress theme can convert an ordinary website into something stunning. You can either create your own theme from the scratch or you can download freely from the Internet. There are many websites which provide WordPress Theme Shops or directories for free and premium WordPress themes and Blogger templates. Even many blog designers also offer free, custom and premium WordPress Themes. So you will get lots of choices, and it is really confusion for you to decide the best theme for your website or Blog. So, here are discussed some factors which will help you to make good decision for selecting a WordPress Theme for your website.

Budget & Functionality – For free themes there is no need to do anything with Budget. But if it is custom or premium themes then you need to think. Custom themes can be created by blog designer for specific blog, which can cost much. Premium themes can be purchased online. So, you can decide it based on your budget and your functional requirement.

Layout – It is very important to consider layout while looking for WordPress Themes. Most blogs are of 2-3 columns, some use magazine style themes, photo themes, and many different layout. So, review different available designs and then choose the layout which is suitable for your website.

Design & Functional Elements – While choosing a theme you need to consider color, fonts, and many design elements which can be customizable using CSS. Also, analyze functional elements like links at end of posts, text in block quotes, the comment section, post titles, “Next” “Previous” links and so on.

Read reviews – Before choosing any WordPress Theme some take time to read the review for the different available templates.

Here are provided list of websites from where you can download WordPress themes freely and use it for your blog or website.

  • WordPress.org- Here you can find around 1000 free themes with different layout.
  • WordPress Themes – In this site you can get 3000 free themes. New themes will be added daily so that you will get updated details on new themes. Using “Theme Search” tool you can get themes of the specific category.
  • WP Themes Press – It contains very less themes around 100, but they all are high quality and unique. You can easily find different themes by selecting specific category given on left side of the page.
  • Blog Oh! Blog – Here you can find tons of free and payable WordPress Themes with great look and customizable option.

How to Unlock Hidden Windows 7 Themes

Generally, only one country is visible to us, as in the wallpapers of only a single country is visible. Perhaps rest is locked but do very well exist in your system. Here is the solution for as to how to unlock these wallpapers and enjoying the sights of other countries as well.

To do so you just need to follow a simple procedure. An icon of Windows explorer is given on the task bar of your system, click on that option. A window of Windows explorer will open. Once the Windows explorer is there in front of you try looking for an organize option provided on the upper left hand side of the window. As soon as you click on the organize option a drop down menu will appear. Choose the folder and search option from that menu. As soon as you do that, a new window titled “folder options” will appear. Out of the three tabs given on the top click on the middle “view” tab. After clicking on the mentioned tab click on the option of “show hidden files and folders” under the section of advance settings. Next, uncheck the “hide protected operating” in the same window under the section of advanced settings. By doing so if the process is interrupted with the popup window click “yes” and then click “ok”.

Once you are done with, the above procedure get back to the Windows explorer and open MCT under globalization (Windows/globalization/MCT). After browsing the mentioned window, you will see five MTC folders, each representing a different country. Open up the desired folder of the country and thereby open up the theme folder inside it. After doing so double click on the desired theme to activate it and add it to Windows library. You can select any and every theme and add it to you library, but you must remember to reset the settings of the organize folder after you choose your themes. For doing so you will have to back to the organize window and select the folder and search option as already mentioned from the drop down menu, thereafter clicking on the view tab of the next window and reselect the don’t show hidden files and folders themes. Also, do not forget to reselect the hide protected operating system files. Once you reselect both the stated options click on the “ok” button.

Once your complete with the whole procedure your themes will be automatically are saved in the Windows 7 theme files and thereafter you can always switch to theme option in the library and activate the desired theme on your system.

This is one of the most interesting features of Windows 7 as you can view different sights of various countries without actually visiting them or browsing about them on net. Enjoy the experience of this feature of Windows 7.

How to Change Themes in Windows 7

Windows 7 being the latest from Microsoft Corporation is one of the excellent operating system in the market that provides you with all necessary tools to perform your work as well as to make the best out of other factors as well. The display of your computer is certainly a key element that helps you make your machine interactive and attractive. Windows 7 is delivered with a basic blue them with 7 written on it. The Windows Manufacturers have used a lot of blue color in their work because of the fact that the blue color gives you maximum visibility according to the color theory.

Themes in Windows 7

Themes in Windows 7 are diverse and give you a lot of functionality overall and you can certainly get an appealing look delivered through your machine. You have got some very  basic themes that are similar to the conventional ones as used in the past. These themes are simple with no high tech movements. Windows 7 also delivers you an aero theme that you can use to give your computer an enhanced and advanced attraction. You have the option to download a number of themes from the internet online as well as the Windows 7 gives you an option to create a custom theme that suits your personality. You can make the necessary edits and make a theme completely of your choice and have your computer look in the same way as you want.

Playing around with themes in Windows 7

Changing a theme on a system based on Windows 7 is quite an easy job. You can do so by simply following the instructions below:

  • Right click anywhere on your desktop and select “Personalize”. The personalize window gives you with everything related to the display personalization of the Desktop. You are going to have three sections namely “My Themes”, “Aero Themes” and “Basic Themes”. Any theme that you download from the internet is stored in the My theme section. The aero themes are themes that need high graphics memory to run providing you with interacting interfaces to work on. These themes use animations and other 3D effects to vitalize your desktop appearance. The basic themes are simple themes that are made to run on systems that do not support the aero themes. The basic themes can also help you great deal to save your resources for heavy applications.
  • You can click on any theme present around the screen. The best part of Windows 7 inherited from Windows Vista is that you can easily get a preview of your selected theme the moment you click on it. The theme temporarily activates on the desktop giving its complete effects to let you know of how it looks like.  You can either apply and accept or move on to the next one to preview that.
  • If you are not satisfied with the themes available in your system, you can still move on to download more themes from the internet. The online world has a number of themes on subjects of your choice.

How to use Themes in Windows 7

Themes are an integral part of every Windows operating system but with Windows 7 it just got better. You have the freedom to create a slide show without using any 3rd party applications. You can also use your personal images or Windows default images to create your own personalized theme.

Using your own pictures

1. Search for the images that you want to include in your personal slide show. You should place all the in the same folder before you begin.
2. Open Control Panel, find desktop background, and then click Change desktop background.
3. Now you have to click the Picture location list to view all categories. You can also browse to search your PC for your personal images.
4. You have to then select the check box for all pictures you want to include in your own slideshow.
5. By default, all images in a particular folder will be selected and will be part of the slide show. You can however customize it by doing the following:
a. Remove the check from the check box for every image that you don’t want in the slide show.
b. You can also press the Ctrl key, and then select every image that you want to remove. Only the checked images will appear in the slide show.
6. If you want to create a slide show of images on your desktop, you have to select more than one image. If you want to set a single image as your desktop background then you have to select only 1 image. You can also do the any of the following steps according to your visual need.
a. You can click an option in the Picture position list to crop the images either to fill the Desktop, fit the desktop, stretch to fit the desktop, tile the images, or even center the pictures on the Desktop.
b. You can also click an option in the Change picture every list to set the time interval between two changing images.
c. Depending on your requirement you can select the Shuffle check box to have the images appear randomly.
d. After you are done you have to save the changes.

Using Windows default pictures for Theme

1. Open Control Panel and then click Personalization.
2. Here you can select a theme under Aero Themes, and then apply it to the desktop. All Aero themes include a desktop background slide show except the Windows 7 default theme.
3. You can change the theme’s default slide show images or settings.
4. You have to select Desktop Background and then put a check on the check box for every image that you want to include.
5. By default, all images that are already a part of theme will also be a part of the slideshow. You can however add pictures from other themes by following steps:
a. Select the picture that you want to be a part of your slide show.
b. You can also press the Ctrl key, and then select every image that you want to remove. Only the checked images will appear in the slide show
6. If you want to create a slide show of images on your desktop, you have to select more than one image. If you want to set a single image as your desktop background then you have to select only 1 image. You can also do the any of the following steps according to your visual need.
a. You can click an option in the Picture position list to crop the images either to fill the Desktop, fit the desktop, stretch to fit the desktop, tile the images, or even center the pictures on the Desktop.
b. You can also click an option in the Change picture every list to set the time interval between two changing images.
c. Depending on your requirement you can select the Shuffle check box to have the images appear randomly.
d. After you are done you have to save the changes.

GOOGLE CHROME 5

It’s been a year and a half since the release of the first version of the Google chrome. It has come a long way since its release and has almost all the features of other established browsers. Google will now shortly release the Chrome 5 which is expected to give the other browsers a run for their money.

Chrome 5 is presently available in beta for Windows, Mac OS X, and Linux. The Chrome releases are called “milestones ephemeral waypoints along a long journey to being the best browser around.

Here’s a short insight into, what will be the all new Google Chrome 5.

Geolocation

Chrome will now support Geolocation, which is one of the very few settled elements of HTML5. This feature basically informs a Web site of the user’s location only when the user consents to give the information. This feature is useful for finding nearby services or contacts, varying the content of a website or only telling a global Web site what the best server would be for the user.

Obtaining the geographic location of a user is a complicated affair. It is broadly judged by the user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address, but Google adds to this basic data with radio signals from wireless networks and mobile phone networks and also sometimes by the help of GPS on the phones with GPS.

Syncing

These days it is not uncommon to see people using many browsers which could be on more than one computer and on mobile phones. To help create a smoother experience, Chrome 5 now gets broader synchronization abilities beyond the measly bookmark sync that came with Chrome 4. Expected to come bundled with Chrome 5 are syncing abilities for themes, entries, passwords and a specially designed autofill feature.

This feature is of special significance to those who hate filling out forms, Chrome 5 gets an autofill feature that remembers names, addresses, phone numbers, and other personal details that are often typed over and over again.

Built-in Flash

Google is also expected to add feature that no other browser till date has tried, built-in Flash Player. Specifically, Chrome has incorporated the next beta version of Flash Player, 10.1, which is due to be completed this quarter. And apparently, it’s not just Flash. PDF support also is arriving as an internal plug-in that ships with the browser.

WebGL

Chrome also supports WebGL. WebGL is the feature that helps create, low-level, hardware-accelerated 3D graphics from a Web application, a feature that is expected to lead to elaborate interfaces and better online gaming graphics. However, this does not mean that we can now play first-person shooters online.

To sum it up Chrome 5 will be a welcome update for the existing user base. But it still has a long way to go before it can actually challenge the likes of Safari and Firefox.

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