> It runs different simpler skins which are extremely compatible but they have more limitations
In that case, it interests me, because, even since I bought WindowBlinds10, both on my old windows seven and on my current windows ten, the software has always had critical bugs that brought chaos in my explorer:
- starts on boot, but the skins are all disabled, jsut the color schemes remain changed
- different styles from one program to another
- consuming so much ram, that it's not even funny (through I have a end game gamer PC that can run about any game)
- at one point explorer just crashes on boot
This happened three times, and the bug are so huge that I figured out that other users must encounter bugs too since there has been little to no update to correct them or communication in years.
Since few users report them (there are very few topics about that on the forum, no warning or tutorial in the software), I thought it was because other had better skills at skinning and it's not useful to report them again.
So I always end up installing three skins, then disabling WindowBlinds10, reskinning the three skins, and applying one of them (Auralis Premium usually) with SkinStudio10, since, anyway, the design of the only three skins that I love has some elements that remain not skinned and with discordant grey colors.
Then, when I realize that whether I use WindowBlinds10 alone, WindowBlinds10 and SkinStudio10, or SkinStudio10 alone, the bugs are exactly the same, I uninstall everything and realize that I spent a lot of money to learn about manual skinning.
Now, from what you said, I'll tempted to try Curtains, if it's more stable.
Yeah, I must be masochistic. But I really want to the gorgeous skins. T_T