Change Taskbar Color With Windows 7 Taskbar Color Changer


Windows 7 lets you change the color of window frames, taskbar, and the Start menu with a few mouse clicks. You right-click on the desktop, click Personalize, click Color to open Color and Appearance window and then choose the color that you see on taskbar, window frames and Start menu.

The downside is that Windows doesn’t allow you set different colors to taskbar, window frames and Start menu. That is, when you select and set a color in Color and Appearance window, the new color reflects on the taskbar, window borders as well as Start menu.

Wouldn’t it be cool if it was possible to set a custom color for the taskbar without changing the window borders or have set different colors for both taskbar and window borders?

Windows 7 Taskbar Color Changer


For all those Windows 7 customization lovers out there, the search for a tool to change Windows 7 taskbar color is over – introducing Windows 7 Taskbar Color Changer. This tool lets you change Windows 7 taskbar color on the fly without affecting window border color. For instance, with the help of this taskbar color changing tool, you can have Blue color on window borders and brown color on the taskbar.

Change Windows 7 Taskbar Color

Using this tool very simple. Just download, extract the ZIP file contents and run Windows 7 Taskbar Color Changer (.exe) file. Click on the rectangle color box to select your desired color for the taskbar. We recommend you run this program with admin rights to successfully change the taskbar color

Windows 7 Taskbar Color Changer takes personalizing taskbar to the next level. And if you are seriously looking for free tools to personalize the taskbar, refer our 7 free tools to tweak and customize Windows 7 taskbar guide.

Please note that this tool might not help you in changing the color of taskbar in Starter and Home Basic editions. If you’re on Starter or Home Basic, we recommend you try out Personalization Panel tool.

Note: We have provided a mirror of this tool as the tool’s homepage is down as of now.

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Dylan Austin


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