I know about System Restore, and will probably try that if my back really gets up against the wall, but before I get to that point does anyone know of something I might try to get my regular Vista UI back that doesn't involve reversing the windows updates, reintalling windows, or buying Windows 7?
The updates I installed, specifically, are: Thanks!
I installed the Microsoft "critical updates" via the Windows Update tool on September 14, 2010.
After rebooting, the theme seems to have changed to the "Windows Classic" style, and all of the options I've looked at in Personalization and and Themes don't allow me to change it back.
It’s very important to choose the right drivers for your video card otherwise your computer may crash.
In 2012, with the development of Windows Server 2012 (and later, Windows 8), Microsoft moved on to a design language codenamed "Metro".Go to option, but other than that I can live without fancy visual effects.Windows may have issues with your video driver or your system performance is too low to support Aero.This article reveals how system components are scored and how you can enable or disable Aero effects.Moreover, I will demonstrate how you can use only selected visual effects to go easy on your system resources.