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Microsoft Flight Hawaiian Adventure Theme For Windows 7

Microsoft has just released a new theme for Windows 7 based on Microsoft’s Flight Simulator game. With this free theme, you can beautify your desktop with a variety of Hawaiian landscapes available in Microsoft Flight.

Hawaiian Adventure theme includes 14 stunning wallpapers from Microsoft Flight and is designed to use in Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate editions.

Note: You can also use theme in Windows 8 CP, but if you want Windows 8’s auto-colorization feature, you need to make small changes to this theme. Here is how it is.

Note: If you only need the wallpaper included in this theme, just extract it using a zip archiver, for example 7 Zip.

Microsoft Flight Hawaiian Adventure Theme can be downloaded from Windows Personalization gallery.


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