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Relax with the Windows Live Clouds Theme for Windows 7

Are you feeling a bit stressed out and tired of looking at the same old desktop day after day? The Windows Live Clouds theme for Windows 7 will add a nice touch of open skies and serenity to your days while you work.

Note: The download link for the theme is near the bottom of the page.

Windows Live Clouds Theme [Windows 7 Personalization Gallery]

Akemi Iwaya is a devoted Mozilla Firefox user who enjoys working with multiple browsers and occasionally dabbling with Linux. She also loves reading fantasy and sci-fi stories as well as playing "old school" role-playing games. You can visit her on Twitter and .

  • Published 11/18/10

Comments (8)

  1. Hatryst

    Relax? With windows?
    Well, sometimes you can, when your computer is turned off :)
    Nice theme, by the way ;)

  2. charlea

    How do you find mail on wedows 7

  3. Hatryst

    @charlea: Please post all questions on the HTG forums

    (But since you asked, I think you’d find mail in Windows Live Essentials)

  4. AsianAngel

    @Hatryst – Ha ha! ~_^

  5. AsianAngel

    @charlea – If you are looking for a Microsoft issued e-mail program then you will need to install it using the Windows Live software installer. Just download the setup file and check-mark the particular software parts that you want to install. ^_^

    Windows Live Essentials 2011

  6. Lorenson


    seriously, the apple fanboy arrogance is getting way too old.

  7. Hatryst

    But it like it anyway ;)
    I’m seriously an Apple fanboy (even though i have only one Apple device right now, iPod Shuffle 2G !)
    If you don’t like errors (from Windows), get Linux (a.k.a. Ubuntu, commonly). And if you want to work on a Linux which is user friendly, get a Mac ^_^

  8. Chuckles

    How are you an apple fanboy with out an actually apple product ( one with an interface or screen and can hold more that 300 songs *cough*shuffle*cough*) and in my personal experience mac has WAAYYY more issues, errors, problems, etc. than windows. Your windows my be messed up with a virus or conflicting hardware because ive only had one problem with my windows and that was my graphics card breaking ( yea idk either it just stopped) Althouh you are correct Linux > Windows , but windows is also > mac

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