Has anyone managed to get Windows 10 working with themes yet? Microsoft patched some shit in the November update, so it made doing full skins like pic related impossible, unless you replace some critical system files with older versions. I did it and it broke my Windows, and I tried about 10 times before giving up.
It's really disheartening that Microsoft refuses to give any love to people who have shit eyes and can't stand the color white 24/7, but meh.
At this point, I'm tempted to just jump ship and go to Linux. To Hell with the Windows exclusive applications, I'd rather lose that shit than put up with this bullshit.
You can try f.lux to change color warmth, but to continue skinning your OS you'll have to change your OS. I would recommend any Linux distro with KDE, this DE is relatively heavy on system resources (~512MB RAM usage, most others use ~128-256MB), but it has a ton of inbuilt configuration options and most applications will respect those options and adjust their own look. For example, it takes around 15-20 clicks to switch to dark theme and most apps will adjust their colors to match. And you probably already know some global dark themes for Firefox too.
I heard it was unfinished, and barely usable? Like only the bare, bare basics are there?
I'd honestly be fine not switching to Linux, but just having Linux and Windows dual booted, and just using Linux for work. The problem with that is C#.
What version of Windows 10? I'm honestly considering figuring out a way to downgrade to the version before they fucked over all the themes, and just not updating from now on. This is so annoying.
Yeah that's one where the patches work correctly.
The update that came out November busted it all. 10586.
He didn't bring up a legit point? He just said to fuck off back to Linux? What was the point in that? I know you're an average fa/g/ who probably religiously worships Java, but please try to use some logic.