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Customize Windows 7 Boot Screen With Windows 7 Boot Updater

Windows 7 Boot Updater is a small program designed to makes it easy to update the Windows 7 boot animation and text. If you are tired of seeing the same boot screen every time you start windows, you can simply change it with this tool.

Windows 7 Boot Updater is a portable program, so no installation needed. Just run it, make necessary changes and apply settings. That’s all.

It gives various options to customize the appearance of boot screen. You can customize the image (animated or static), text, font size, font color, etc according to your needs.

Moreover you can back up the boot screen and restore it if you run into any mistake. You can also preview the boot screen before you apply.

Windows 7 Boot Updater can be downloaded at source (It requires the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 and the Microsoft WIM library)


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