This Packages includes TuneUp Utilities Styler Packages for the customization of the Windows Graphical User Interface (GUI). This Packages does not include "TuneUp Utilities".
Packages included: *113 different Windows XP™/Windows Vista™ Boot Screens *33 different Windows XP™/Windows Vista™ Icon Packages *31 different Windows XP™/Windows Vista™ Log-on Screens *61 different Visual Style Packages for use on Windows XP™ machines *TuneUp Utilities 2009 Help *TuneUp Utilities 2010 Help Files
From the TuneUp Utilities Website: "TuneUp Utilities lets you individualize the look and feel of your Windows interface. Customize the appearance including colors, window borders, icons, and buttons as well as the startup and log-on screens in Windows XP™ and Vista™".
Installation instructions from the Read Me.txt file
If you have TuneUp Utilities installed, copy these folders to the TuneUp Utilities Installation folder in Program Files, most likely: C:\Program Files\TuneUp Utilities XXXX , where the XXXX will show year.
The easiest way to install the visual styles is to go to the "Styles" folder and double click on each separate visual style. If you have a decent processor and adequate memory you can highlight more than one at a time and click "open". The other way to install these is to do it from within the program by going to "Styler", then "Visual Style" and finally "Add & install visual style from file...". The Visual Style Packages are for jazzing up Windows XP™ only. I have also included the help files from TuneUp Utilities 2009 & 2010 which may be helpful.
To install the Boot Screens, Log-on Screens and Icon Packages, use the same method noted above. I have not tried the Icon Packages on Vista™ or Windows 7™ but they work fine on XP™, and you always have the option of reverting to the default Windows Icons.