The first beta for WindowBlinds 10 is now available for active Object Desktop owners!
This beta includes support for Windows 10 and a new UI.

Active Object Desktop owners can now get the WindowBlinds 10 beta from your Stardock account hereIn future updates, we'll be including new skins and features.

WB v10.0.1 update:

  • Added skin rebuild list button
  • Fixed config screen resolution
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If you're not an Object Desktop member, now is a great time to become one. You get over 10 Windows customization products such as WindowBlinds, DeskScapes, Fences, Start10, and many more. You will also get access to betas and updates first, like WindowBlinds 10 for one year. Get Object Desktop today!


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on Dec 15, 2015

I thought win10 had an expanded start menu. That look s like win7. Confused.

on Dec 15, 2015

That's Start10.

 

on Dec 15, 2015

Could I see a screenshot without Start10 running?  Thanks.

on Dec 15, 2015

Awesome

on Dec 15, 2015

WB10 is working nice on 8.1 and no problems with Start8.

on Dec 15, 2015

DaveRI

Could I see a screenshot without Start10 running?  Thanks.

Likely, like with Windows 8.1, without Start10, you'll get an unskinned Windows10 start menu.

 

Edit:  Yes, I checked. Non skinned Win10 menu, which is to be expected.

on Dec 15, 2015

Xp had a startmenu- It was being skinned.

Win 7 had a startmenu- It was being skinned.

Win 10 has a startmenu.....why do we need start 10 ??? Hmmm...

Hopefully Sks 10 will have a Startmenu area for skinning the win 10 startmenu just like it used to be for XP & 7

on Dec 15, 2015

neone6

Xp had a startmenu- It was being skinned.

Win 7 had a startmenu- It was being skinned.

Win 10 has a startmenu.....why do we need start 10 ??? Hmmm...

Hopefully Sks 10 will have a Startmenu area for skinning the win 10 startmenu just like it used to be for XP & 7

The Win10 startmenu is not designed to be skinned and is not theme aware.

on Dec 15, 2015

RedneckDude

Edit:  Yes, I checked. Non skinned Win10 menu, which is to be expected.

 

Neil Banfield

The Win10 startmenu is not designed to be skinned and is not theme aware.

Thanks guys for checking and the info. 

on Dec 15, 2015

RedneckDude


Quoting DaveRI,

Could I see a screenshot without Start10 running?  Thanks.



Likely, like with Windows 8.1, without Start10, you'll get an unskinned Windows10 start menu.

 

Edit:  Yes, I checked. Non skinned Win10 menu, which is to be expected.

 

My Windows 10 start menu is skinned just fine Jim, Using the new Start 10 1.08. I get the actual skin start menu. I have it set to Windows 7 menu in Start 10 though.

on Dec 15, 2015

Yes, Tom. Mine too, WITH Start10. DaveRI was wanting to see it WITHOUT Start10, in which case, it isn't skinned.

on Dec 15, 2015

RedneckDude

DaveRI was wanting to see it WITHOUT Start10, in which case, it isn't skinned.

Yep, we're all good. I wasn't sure how all this was fitting together. 

I never had any reason to pay attention to the Start8/10 line until, well, today

on Dec 15, 2015

Neil Banfield

The Win10 startmenu is not designed to be skinned and is not theme aware.
Thanks Neil, then we know. 

-Question 2 from me. Can you create an option/feature just like you can choose Win 7 style, for start 10 so it looks like the "native" Win 10 Start menu ? 

on Dec 15, 2015

neone6

the "native" Win 10 Start menu ? 

 

That feature is already there Andy, just select the Windows 10 menu in Start 10. I tested it in Windows 10 and it works.

on Dec 15, 2015

LightStar

Quoting neone6,

the "native" Win 10 Start menu ? 



 

That feature is already there Andy, just select the Windows 10 menu in Start 10. I tested it in Windows 10 and it works.

Is it skinned with "Tiles" on the right hand side ?

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