Welcome to our blog. Here's a simple, easy-to-follow tutorial on how to use the Windows 7 AeroGlass look on Windows 11 and Windows 10, including your internet browser.
Download WindowBlinds 11, a paid software from Stardock that lets users customize the look and feel of Windows 11 and Windows 10 Start menu, taskbar, window frames, and control buttons. Currently, it costs US$14.99 but you can try it for free for 30 days.
After installing WindowBlinds 11, download the latest version of BetterAero7X theme from fytuf on Deviant Art and unzip it.
With WindowBlinds 11 running, double click the file to apply the theme. You can now see the Windows 7 AeroGlass look on your taskbar, window frames and control buttons. Start menu skinning requires Start11 or OpenShell.
To make the glass borders even more transparent, modify the style in WindowBlinds 11. Click Style, Modify style, and then Transparency. Drag the sliders of the taskbar and window frames to the left to increase transparency.
Apply AeroGlass on your browser. Download Brave as WindowBlinds 11 customization seems broken on Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge.
After installing and customizing Brave, go back to WindowBlinds 11 and click Advanced. Check "Allow WindowBlinds to skin Google Chrome/Microsoft Edge (restart needed)."
This is the tricky part: you need to add an attribute to the Brave shortcut to apply the AeroGlass look. On the taskbar, right-click the Brave icon, then right-click "Brave," left-click Properties, and on the "Shortcut' tab, find "Target."
Now, add a space after "C:\Program Files\BraveSoftware\Brave-Browser\Application\brave.exe" and paste this attribute: --disable-windows10-custom-titlebar and then click Apply and OK to close the window.
That's it. By this time you must have the Windows 7 AeroGlass look on your Windows 11 or Windows 10.
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