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Adds improved skinning support and compatibility features for the upcoming Windows 10 update
Published on May 14, 2019 By Tatiora In WinCustomize News

Stardock releases WindowBlinds 10.8

Stardock has released a new version of its popular Windows customization app, WindowBlinds.

Version 10.8 adds improved skinning support as well as additional compatibility features for the upcoming Windows 10 update.

WindowBlinds lets you customize desktop interface themes called skins to personalize the look and feel of your desktop. WindowBlinds enables you to make your desktop interface uniquely yours by customizing the Start menu*, taskbar, window frames, and control buttons.

To download the new version, check your Stardock account.
If you don't have a Stardock account, click here.

WindowBlinds 10.8
WindowBlinds 10.8
WindowBlinds 10.8
WindowBlinds 10.8
WindowBlinds 10.8

Don't own WindowBlinds? Get it now.
*Start menu skinning on Windows 8 and Windows 10 requires Start8 or Start10.


Comments
on May 14, 2019

Since it wasn't mentioned, this release fixes the white background issue in the explorer tree area on WIndows 10 v1809 and higher. However, skins designed for Windows 10 before SkinStudio had settings for those colors will still experience the issue. Any of my skins still having that issue will be updated over time.

on May 14, 2019

This update borked my browser, Opera. After upgrading to 10.8 I got a page crash every time I opened it. Also all my extensions were disabled and had to be manually reloaded, and this happened every time I opened the browser. Fonts were also changed and other features didn't display properly. When I rolled back to 10.6 all these problems went away and everything returned to normal functioning. I remember that there were similar problems with 10.6 and Firefox which were never fixed, I made a thread about that a few years ago.

on May 14, 2019

nice just updated mine, everything went smooth!!