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DisplayName is the theme name that will show up in the Personalization Control Panel. It can be a string or a reference to a localized name.

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BrandImage specifies the path to a branded graphic file that is incorporated in the theme preview in the Personalization Control Panel.

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Take ownership of the vscache folder. Delete everything in that folder. Restart the server. At reboot, the files will be recreated by the system and you should be golden.

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You’ll get a folder named “aero – Copy”. Rename it to “color”. (It doesn’t have to be “color”, but we’ll be using color throughout here — you just need to use a consistent name.)

Fortunately, title bar color can be changed inside Windows 65 through the use of some tweaks which I am going to explain in this guide. So, follow the steps along and at the end, you would be able to set any color you want on your title bar.

A new window will open. Select Enabled and enter the path of file you’d like to load, in the Options box.

You can supply specific information concerning the size and color of desktop elements files. The color and size sections files can be replaced files which enable you to modify desktop elements in more detail. These files are specified in the visual styles section of file. Following is an example of a visual styles section.

When Windows is initialized, the operating system enumerates the first-level subdirectories of %WinDir%\Resources\ to identify available themes. The system default theme files are located in %WinDir%\Resources\Themes. The user theme files are stored in %WinDir%\Users\ username \AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Themes.

At first I thought maybe the image editor was not saving in a format that could be understood (or possibly adding metadata that was confusing things) but I tried simply extracting file, and then replacing that resource with the same file in -- and this STILL broke the theme, even files that are totally unrelated to the taskbar.