My first Windows 7 Theme Pack

January 27, 2009 11:21 pm

Just so I can say that I jumped on a bandwagon once: Mike Swanson inspired me to create my very own Windows 7 Theme Pack. It contains 12 pictures I’ve taken over the past year or so with my trusty old Canon PowerShot S30 (yes, I’m still running around with a camera that only does 3 megapixels.)

I’ve included a few photos in the pack that I managed to have included in the Spring 2009 software for the HP TouchSmart PC. They’re in the Personalize – Background area, should you be interested in finding them. Here’s one you may recognize:

Downtown Seattle, Mount Rainier and the harbor

While I didn’t put this one in the Theme Pack, I did pick a similar shot of downtown Seattle. Come to think of it, maybe this post will be inspiration for doing a “picture of the day” type of thing. Hmm. Been wanting to do that for a while.

All I can do now is hope the size of the pack (12 MB or so) won’t blow my bandwidth allowance…

4 Responses to “My first Windows 7 Theme Pack”

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Magneziu wrote a comment on June 6, 2009

Cool as well. Make some more thempacks!

Chris wrote a comment on April 18, 2010

Just found your blog a while ago, really interesting (even though I’m not a fan of HP). Theme pack is beautiful, thanks very much!

GeekTieGuy wrote a comment on April 18, 2010

Glad you like it. Thanks for taking the time to comment!

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