Stardock has announced WindowBlinds 11, an app that allows Windows users to customize their taskbar, window frames, and other aspects of Windows 11, previously only available for Windows 10/8/7 with WindowBlinds. The public beta allows users to test the popular customization app before it is released and is available now. WindowBlinds 11 allows for unique customization of the Windows Start Menu, taskbar, window frames, control buttons, and more using a desktop interface called skins. WindowBlinds 11 comes with many default skins out of the box, but thousands more are available on wincustomize.com. Users can modify the skins to fit their likes using, colors, transparency, fonts, and more.
“This app has been a cornerstone in our suite of desktop enhancements,” said Brad Sams, Vice President of Stardock Software. “We are thrilled to be releasing the newest version with several highly requested updates, including a new automatic dark mode and improved high DPI support for new skins.
WindowBlinds 11 makes it easy to download new skins with a redesigned in-app browser In addition to being able to work with all announced versions of Windows 11 support for widgets on the taskbar and tabs in File Explorer are also included in this release.
“Windows 11 introduced a new design language for the OS but we know it’s not for everyone,” Sams said. “With WindowBlinds 11, you can enjoy the benefits of a modern OS, but also the flexibility to customize the interface to fit your own personal theme.”
The WindowBlinds 11 beta is available for Windows 10 and Windows 11 users as part of Stardock’s Object Desktop suite or individually for $14.99 during the beta period. An upgrade option is available for WindowBlinds 10 owners for $9.99.
For more information on WindowBlinds 11 visit the Stardock website.