An interesting and surreal series of images mimicking watercolor paintings of a fairytale land meant to serve in embellishing your desktop
|Updated||Jun 10th 2014|
Microsoft N/A N/A
|Crack Size||14.3 MB|
|Systems||Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit|
Child of Light Theme was created based on the eponymous role-playing game, whose main character is Aurora, a princess who wishes to recover the moon, sun and stars from the Dark Queen, Umbra.
In order for Child of Light Theme to function properly, bear in mind the fact that you need to be running a more recent issue of Windows, specifically 7 and upwards.
Once downloaded, the theme pack automatically finds its proper location on your system; nonetheless, if that does not happen, you can just as easily double-click it for it to place itself in the ‘Personalization’ section.
In order to access and adjust the display of the images provided by Child of Light Theme, you can select the ‘Personalize’ option from your context menu, finding it under ‘My Themes’. To modify its appearance or the wallpaper change interval, you can click on ’Desktop Background’, enabling you to view all of the available pictures.
Child of Light Theme features a set of nineteen images from the fairytale land of Lemuria, which follow Aurora in her quest. These can be switched at user-defined time intervals, so you can enjoy each one for a certain period, yet without running the risk of getting bored by it.
A colorful wallpaper pack for Child of Light fans
Overall, Child of Light Theme Crack proves to be an appealing and surreal set of background pictures, suitable not only for the fans of the game, but also anyone who wishes to enhance the look and feel of their desktop, with minimal effort.
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