Install third-party Windows 10 with Uxtheme Multi-Patcher

Radu Tyrsina
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Uxtheme Multi-Patcher windows 10

Microsoft has a huge collection of free and paid Windows 10, 8 and Windows 8.1 themes available for download, but if you want to download third-party themes, then Uxtheme Multi-Patcher is perhaps the best software to use.

There are many available free Windows 10, 8 and Windows 8.1 themes that you can install right now. Recently, we have also shared with you some Windows 10, 8.1 winter and Christmas themes. But if you have found a great third-party Windows 10, 8.1 theme that you really like, there’s a software that can easily help you deploy it. And it has recently just received full Windows support.

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Uxtheme Multi-Patcher can patch system files so it could support customization items that are not developed by Microsoft. Here are the changes packed in the latest Uxtheme Multi-Patcher version:

  • Added Windows 10/8/8.1 support for both x86/x64
  • Completely based on UxStyle memory patching so any obsolete file patching method won’t be restored with this version
  • Refreshed UI to represent Windows 10, 8.1 support
  • Added clearing services before installing UxStyle that should solve common issues
  • Fixed patch execution bug in Windows 10
  • Added startup launcher to handle glass configuration
  • Added verifying that theme engine works properly on startup
  • Added Glass transparency support for Windows 10/8/8.1
  • Changed applying permissions program to cacls instead of icacls
  • Fixed theme changing to Classic occasionally on some systems
  • Improved service configuration for better compatibility with Windows 10/7/8/8.1

Of course, you can use Uxtheme Multi-Patcher for all the other supported Windows versions. Download it from the below link.

Download Uxtheme Multi-Patcher for Windows 10, 8.1

For more information about the best themes that you can install on your Windows 10 computer, check out the guides listed below:


Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in December 2013 and has been since updated for freshness, and accuracy.

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