It's definitely 'easier' on the eyes, but there's a down side to both.
Staring at bright monitors for hours on end, (and I have three large monitors), can cause some nasty eye fatigue, but also, studies show that light text on dark background causes eye strain because the dark 'swallows up' the light;
so..., I switch back and forth!
Proper room lighting is essential as well.
Nice sig Wynona!
I had to give up using UXStyles on Win10 . Last night at 23:30, I got home from work and turned on my desktop and checked for updates. After installing Cumulative Update for Windows 10 for x64-based Systems (KB3081424) I changed to a Windows theme(actually should of been enough) and (here it is...) uninstalled UXstyles... rebooted, and.... black screen.... rebooted again.... white screen.... rebooted a 3rd time.... recovery options, I chose Macrium and reimaged to before UX theming.
As a side note UXStyles was a bit unstable, it liked to turn my AMD card drivers off, where I had to go to Device Manager and Disable>Enable to turn them back on. I have checked for an update for UX but as of yet there isn't any. Also the slide outs(start menu, aaction center & taskbar jumplist) were a bit jerky and slow. I'll wait before I go 3rd party theming for a while. I'm going to do a clean install in the next couple of months, when I get my fiber optic connection, any how, so it doesn't make much sense building a nest on this image anyhow.
Gold is rather unfortunate foreground color choice for an inverted theme - and I'm not talking about taste, but about readability, fatigue-over-time and mood-inducing.
I guess I'll just wait for WindowBlinds to come up with a working version for 10
Black backgounds are just so bad if not worse than white
Thought I would share a couple of themes with everyone......
Although I created these in Windows 7, they work just fine in Windows 10.