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How To Bring Windows 11 Design To Windows 10?

Contrary To What Microsoft Has Said That Windows 10 Version Is Not Windows, Microsoft Windows 11 Have Recently Been Introduced. 

Your computer may not have the minimum system requirements for Windows 11, or you may want to try a similar design before the final release.

In this regard, we want to teach you how to convert Windows 10 to Windows 11.

Before Microsoft unveiled its new operating system, its build made its way to the Internet, and many users were able to experience it. But since we were not dealing with the official version, it did not have stable performance and was associated with bugs.

In addition, the final version will be available to Windows 10 users for free from next year, even if your system has the required hardware.

If you are already a Windows 10 user, you can experience a look similar to Windows 11 with the same operating system changes. To learn how to convert the design of Windows 10 to Windows 11.

The new and attractive design of Windows 11

Microsoft has made changes to the user interface and design of Windows 11 to make it look simpler and more attractive than Windows 10.

In addition, Redmondians have come up with new wallpapers that you can download from the Internet. So the first step to experiencing Windows 11 is to use the operating system wallpapers, but that is not enough.

We want to go a step further and have a deeper experience than Windows 11 on Windows 10. Although it is not possible to fully convey the feel of Microsoft’s new operating system in Windows 10, it is possible to make changes to the desktop elements to make it more similar to Windows 11.

The elements we want to change are:

There are good tools to change all of the above. It should be noted that the operating system used in this article is built 21H1-1903 of Windows 10, so if other builds are installed on your system, the tools in this article may not be compatible with them, leading to system instability.

Even if your build is the same as the build used in this article, make a backup before making any changes. Or create at least one Restore Point so that you can return to the previous settings in case of any problems.

Change Windows themes and icons.

Windows 10 has a few themes by default, including light and dark modes. You can go to the Microsoft Store to download more themes, a store where the Redmondians have recently introduced a new version. However, independent artists publish their work on sites like DeviantArt.

Despite the design of such themes, the security features of Windows 10 prevent them from being installed. Of course, you can use tools to solve this problem. These tools include UltraUXThemePatcher and SecureUxTheme. In this article, we go to the newer and more secure SecureUxTheme tool.

To use this tool, go to the SecureUxTheme‌ Gateway page. Go to the download section and get the latest version (The latest release).

Then create an account on the DeviantArt site because you can only see the themes without the account, and you will not be able to download them. After creating an account, download the Windows 11 theme for Windows 10 from niivu. For convenience, create a folder named Win11_theme and save all the files in it for later use.

On the same DeviantArt site, download the nivivo Windows 11 icon theme and save it in the same folder as before.

Extract both files to the folder you created.

Unfortunately, the SecureUxTheme tool only supports Windows themes, not icons. So you have to use different tools for this, one of the most popular of which is 7TSP or Seven Theme Source Patcher. You can also download this tool from DeviantArt.

Open the folder in which you saved all the files.

Then right-click on the SecureUxTheme file and run it as Administrator. Wait a while and then click Install on the right.

If the installation is successful, you will be notified via a pop-up message. In the same message, you will be asked to restart the system to operate this tool. Click Yes and wait for the system to boot again.

After restarting, go back to the folder where the theme and icon files are located. You will find the Windows 10 Themes subfolder in the Themes folder, which contains two versions of the theme within the other two subfolders.

One of them gives you a normal task, and the other gives you a thicker task. Please select the one you prefer and then go to the folder and copy everything in it.

Open another file explorer for convenience. Go to C: \ Windows \ Resources \ Themes and then paste the theme files into it.

Rerun the SecureUxTheme tool as Administrator. Now you will see the new theme that you added to the Windows 10 Themes folder in the left column. Choose the example you want, light or dark theme with or without an address bar.

Click Patch and apply to use the selected theme.

Your computer will lock for a few seconds, and Windows will tell you to wait a while for the theme to work. When you return to the desktop, the new theme is applied to all sections. You can now close SecureUxTheme.

Exit the 7TSP tool and look for a file with the ee extension. The executable file of this tool is not an EXE file. Would you please select the file and press F2 to rename it? Then add an x ​​between the two letters ee to convert it to an exe file so that Windows can execute it.

For convenience, run this program and shrink the related window to return to it in the future.

Next, you need to rename several other files. Navigate to the Themes Icons folder and enter the 7TSP Themes for Windows 10 1903 and higher folder.

There are several icon themes in this folder that you can use, each with a remove extension. They are unusable. As before, you have to rename them. This time it is different from the previous time, and you have to obliterate the extension. Delete the dot and just let the phrase remain before the dot.

Return to 7TSP and click Add a Custom Pack. Select the theme icon you want to install and then click Start Patching at the bottom right of the window.

After a while, 7TSP shows the time required to apply the changes and a message restarting the device.

Now your desktop should have a different design; in fact, a combination of Windows 10 and Windows 11. But there is one more step left to increase the similarities.

Place taskbar icons in the center

In the last step, for Windows 10 to resemble Windows 11, we need to go to the location of the taskbar icons. One of Microsoft’s new operating system changes is to place these icons in the middle of the screen, not on the left.

To do this, you need to go to a program that you may have used to date: TaskbarX. Download one of the portable versions of this program from its official website. Since you do not need to install this program, put it in the folder you want to run. Next, create a shortcut for the TaskbarX Configurator on the desktop.

Launch the Taskbar Configurator and click Apply to use its default values.

Taskbar icons are now moved to the center of the page. Of course, there is a difference between Windows 10 and Windows 11, which is not to move the Start button to the middle of the screen. The Start button will remain on the left side of the screen.

This program has more personalization capabilities, and you can customize taskbar icons according to your taste. For example, you can control the color, switch between visual modes, and place icons on the left and right.

It should be noted that the latest version of Taskbar X,, did not perform well for this article, and the taskbar icons remained in place. However, its previous version,, has no problems with its performance.

Windows 11 design in Windows 10

With the above changes, Windows 10 will be very similar to Windows 11.  their design is not the same, and of course, their performance will not be similar to each other. Windows 11 adds its own unique capabilities to computers and apparently improves their performance as well.

Finally, if your system does not support the latest Redmond operating system, you can give your computer a fresh look by designing Windows 11 in Windows 10.