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After the release of each version of Windows, many people will start looking for its beautification tutorials or third-party themes. In order to achieve the personalized effects on Windows, we often need to customize the desktop theme. However, as we all know, Microsoft Windows does not support any 3rd-party themes by default. In other words, if you’re going to forcibly install some unofficial theme file on Windows, then you’ll have to remove the heavy restrictions set by Microsoft first.