Windows 10: Achieved in-folder background customizable,aero glass,3rd party themes

  1.    22 Jan 2018 #1

    Achieved in-folder background customizable,aero glass,3rd party themes


    without modifying a single system file, sfc and dism all intact- full in-folder background customizable, with full aero glass and 3rd party themes support.
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    On windows 1709 rs3
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  2.    23 Jan 2018 #2

    Care to elaborate how you achieved such a feat.
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  3.    23 Jan 2018 #3

    sure, you use aero glass for windows rs3, along with it's uxtheme signature bypass dll (i use a 3rd party distribution) for glass and unsigned themes support. for the folder background, ave's folder background dll for vista still works in 1709, albeit needs some fiddling like disabling read only on any folder and keep this properties window open at all times- just hiding it with something like hideit for windows.
    No system file modification required. Also I use oldnewexplorer by tihiy.
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