from 1 to 0. This way you won't screw up your taskbar. For 1809+ you can use the fix clasurol described
This thread involves crashing and restarting explorer so you can remove theming from the desktop context menus as well as other areas that normally don't revert to a classic appearance when you enable classic theme. Like the 'run as' dialog box, as well Open/Classic Shell's settings menu. That includes the taskbar as well - that's why it get's screwed up, it's an intentional side-effect. The taskbar gets screwed up because it reverts to it's classic look, or should I say what's left of it after MS gutted most of the code.
The reason is I've not corrected this thread is two fold -
1. ExplorerContextMenuTweaker is still in alpha. I respect and fully appreciate the author for their work, but I don't think it's safe to call it a reliable fix. I certainly don't recommend it for daily use. 2. ExplorerContextMenuTweaker hooks into Explorer, my "trick" involves crashing and restarting Explorer. See the problem?
If someone can confirm this works on W10 beyond 1903, yes even with ExplorerContextMenuTweaker, I'll revise the thread title.
Last Edit: Oct 23, 2019 8:17:08 GMT -8 by clasurol
Saint Jimmy: hayafumi Not quite, as you'd end up having to replace many a component to get it to function (Explorer is fairly deeply ingrained in Windows's internals), at which point you may as well install 2000 and call it a day.
Jun 16, 2020 0:41:41 GMT -8
powerplayer: Hayafumi xwinshell kinda works nice if you use it to browse files
Jun 17, 2020 10:23:20 GMT -8
meow: I have made a tutorial on how to get centered title text in windows 7! It’s in the visual styles section.
Jun 19, 2020 10:25:56 GMT -8
meow: sihost.exe is garbage.
Jun 19, 2020 15:11:35 GMT -8