BootSkin Vista Product Page
BootSkin Vista allows you to change the boot screen seen when Windows Vista first starts to load. The Vista default screen is black with a green progress bar. You can change that to any of a hundred different images called BootSkins. BootSkin Vista includes several to start with, while WinCustomize.com offers hundreds more to download.
Features of BootSkin Vista (paid subscription)
A paid subscription to Object Desktop or Object Desktop Ultimate includes BootSkin Vista which adds the following feature:
Impulse will handle the upgrade from previous versions.
Check Impulse for updates to BootSkin Vista and other installed Stardock software. There is a button on the "About" tab you can click to have Impulse check for updates.
Check WinCustomize.com (http://www.wincustomize.com/skins.aspx?libid=76) for hundreds of free BootSkins created by the skinning (graphics) community.
BootSkins are stored (by default) on your
computer with a ".bootskin" (without
file extension in the folder:
Please contact Stardock Support at: www.stardock.com/support. On that web page you will find helpful FAQ's and other troubleshooting information. If you are unable to resolve your issue, please use the “eSupport System” to open a Support ticket. Please include as much information about your computer (i.e. version of Windows, type of computer, version of BootSkin Vista (on About tab), etc.). This information will allow support to diagnose your issue much quicker and allow for a faster response.
For additional information on BootSkin Vista (formerly called BootSkin Pro),
please refer to this article on WinCustomize:
The version of this manual is 1.0 (3-19-09) and is based on BootSkin Vista (version 1.02). This manual was written and is maintained by Jim Kennedy (TheProf). Please email comments or corrections regarding this documentation to: email@example.com.