Sticky
Experience is that marvellous thing that enables you to recognise a mistake when you make it again.
Contact Me
  • Yahoo! ID : pickster_cool
  • E-Mail : pickster.cool@gmail.com
  • Bloggers
  • Me @ Wordpress!
  • Chinmay
  • Kalpik Nigam
  • Mayank Sharma
  • Pickster @ My Personal Log
  • Rahul Gupta
  • Saurabh Sood
  • Srikanth
  • Techinnovator
  • Qwerty Maniac
  • Zomato
  • Subscribe
  • Enter your Email


    Powered by FeedBlitz
  • Full Feed
  • Links
  • Me @ DeviantArt
  • Techspot Forum
  • About You
    You are: & using:
    Hits
    counter hit xanga
    Change Window's Boot Screen
    Sunday, May 21, 2006
    Bored of the same boot screen that comes each time you load Windows? Now, we will learn of an easy way to change it. We will change the boot screen using a software called TuneUp Utilities 2006 which you can get from here.

    Firstly, open up TuneUp Utilities 2006 and click on the TuneUp Styler 2 button.




















    Then, in the TuneUp Styler 2 window, click on 'Change the windows XP boot screen, and create or download new boot screens'.
















    This, opens a window in which you can create new boot screens, apply any boot screen, download boot screens, etc.


















    We will make a new boot screen. Click on the new screen button. Click on 'Search local drives' and select your desired photo. You can select the alignment of the image, progress bar position, colour of the progress bar, etc. It will suggest a background color, you may accept the suggestion. After all your tweaking, click on 'Save Boot Screen'.











    You can view the image as it will appear while booting by clicking on the 'Show Large Preview' button. Apply the boot screen you have just made & cherish your creation next time your Windows loads! Its as simple as that.
    posted by J @ 10:18 PM  
    7 Comments:
    • At 11:21 AM, Anonymous Snehasis said…

      Thanks a lot

      Now changed my boot screen to Hillary Duff one

       
    • At 1:33 PM, Blogger Pickster C. said…

      No prob, dude.

       
    • At 11:57 AM, Anonymous Bhupendra said…

      Really a good tip but i can try it because i mstill using windows 98. i will bw installing XP in month. then i will surely try it out.

       
    • At 12:15 PM, Blogger Pickster C. said…

      Dunno about it running in Windows 98, but it may... never tried it out..

       
    • At 11:00 AM, Blogger Rahul Gupta said…

      Well Good tut , but dont u think , so many screenshots are making ur blog too heavy to load ????
      u may use thumbnails , and about the rest , ur blog rocks.

       
    • At 4:01 PM, Blogger Pickster C. said…

      thnx Rahul.. I will keep that in mind nxt time..

       
    • At 5:04 PM, Blogger Ayuboy said…

      I Hav A logonloader But dont vav Many good logon Screens
      Tell Me sm Good Sites

       
    Post a Comment
    << Home
     
    Google
    About Me

    Name: J
    Home:
    About Me:
    See my complete profile
    Previous Post
    What Has Gone But Still Remains...
    Powered by

    Free Blogger Templates

    BLOGGER

    © 2005 Pickster - Picking Up Thoughts Template by Isnaini Dot Com