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Old February 1st, 2013, 05:30 PM   #240 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by SUroot View Post
If you press the windows key (if you haven't installed classic start menu from it toggles between the Metro UI (touch interface) and the desktop posted above.

The Metro UI is not a desktop and I don't know if it can be themed or not. The Desktop can be themed, as per Microsoft's own words:

Themes - Microsoft Windows

Also, I believe I have actually found and posted the specific theme Mike is using.

The windows icons in the sys tray (the white ones) are the same as Windows 7. The rest are 3rd party.

From left to right (I think)

ChinaNet Wireless
Synaptics Mousepad driver (Common on Dell laptops)
RealTek HD audio
Windows Action centre
Nvidia system tray?
Actually it's the Intel graphics system try thing, but close enough.

Originally Posted by SUroot View Post
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10/10 well done. It's actually on my Lenovo laptop. Which also runs Linux Mint.

Plus there's iTunes on the desktop, that I use for iTunes U. And there's uTorrent, which I believe is a Windows only bittorrent client. On Linux I use Transmission. Also Linux doesn't need a big ugly China Telecom ChinaNet 3G dialler app, it's quite capable of handling USB 3G modems on it's own.

Think it confused Nick somewhat.
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