Stardock Announces WindowBlinds 11,
Releases Public Beta
A public beta for WindowBlinds 11 is available for Windows 10 and Windows 11 users starting today
Take complete control of the customization of your Windows 10 and Windows 11 PCs with WindowBlinds 11! Personalize the look and feel of the Start menu, taskbar, window frames, and control buttons with custom desktop interface themes called skins. Modify any skin by adjusting the font, colors, transparency, and more.
[left: without WindowBlinds 11 | right: with WindowBlinds 11]
Stylize your desktop with what’s included in the app or browse thousands of user-created skins from WinCustomize.com. “This app has been a cornerstone of our software for a long time,” said Brad Sams, Vice President of Stardock Software. “We are thrilled to be releasing the newest version with several highly requested updates, including a new automatic dark mode and improved high DPI support for new skins.”
New in WindowBlinds 11:
- Automatic dark mode
- Improved high-DPI support for new skins
- Marketplace browser for exploring skin libraries
- Support for widgets on the taskbar
- Support for file explorer with tabs
- Works on Windows 10 and all versions of Windows 11
WindowBlinds 11 comes equipped with an in-app browser to make it even easier to find new skins to download and the user interface has been refreshed, too. In addition to being designed to work with all announced versions of Windows 11, support for widgets on the taskbar and for tabs in File Explorer is also included in this release.
“Windows 11 introduced a new design language for the OS but we know it’s not for everyone,” Sams said. “With WindowBlinds 11, you can enjoy the benefits of a modern OS, but also the flexibility to customize the interface to fit your own personal theme.”
An upgrade is available for WindowBlinds owners for $9.99.
For more information, visit the WindowBlinds 11 website here.