When you first boot up Windows Vista, your desktop will look like every other Windows Vista desktop. With a few simple steps,
it's easy to customize the color and appearance of the Windows Start menu, taskbar and window borders to personalize your Windows Vista environment.
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Today, I’m going to show you how to customize the color scheme in Windows Vista. To get started, right click on an empty space on your desktop and click on personalize. Now click on window color and appearance at the top. Here you have eight different color choices and when you click on them, you can see the boarder of the window change colors.
With the slider below, you can change the intensity of the color. If none of those colors appeal to you, you can click on the show color mixer button and move the sliders to choose your own color. Up above, there’s a check box for turning window transparency on or off. When you are done making changes, click on the okay button and your preferences will be saved.
That’s how to change the color scheme in Windows Vista.