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Aero Glass for Win10 Version 2004 Build 19041


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Also an idea I just had (I'd still like to know about the question I made though just before this one though). If it's legal to do (which I think it is? At least that's done in many games - and the license link in the website doesn't work, so I can't see it), would there be someone here that knows how to update a program through opcodes? (meaning with Assembly and reversing knowledges, I guess)

No source code, then the way would be to update locally with help of opcodes and then make a patcher, so the binary is not released to public, only the patcher, and who wants to use it must have the correct version themselves for the patcher to do the work.

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On 2/16/2021 at 7:57 PM, aubai3 said:

Benutze auch Aero Lite, seht bei mir so aus.

I have Aero Light too,  with Aero Glass.

 

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on which os?

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53 minutes ago, Lizard said:

well, at least the settings page, sorry, don't wanna argue with you ....

No arguing, jus thought "glass" would apply to all windows.

 

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Settings page is in glass even without any additional software installed. It's by default, though it's kind of opaque.

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WinaeroTweaker has an option to activate Aero Lite (hidden theme in Windows 10), if that's of any help (not for me, as I want Windows 7 theme, but maybe for someone else).

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2 hours ago, DADi590 said:

WinaeroTweaker has an option to activate Aero Lite (hidden theme in Windows 10), if that's of any help (not for me, as I want Windows 7 theme, but maybe for someone else).

Thanks, I tried it but didn't see any difference. I want the win 7 "glass".  :)

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On 2/19/2021 at 8:37 AM, MDJ said:

Settings page is in glass even without any additional software installed. It's by default, though it's kind of opaque.

yeah that's the native fluent design OS get at that location , same as notification center 

No need to have any third party tool to achieve that... :) 

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