Futurama

Desktop Themes

A theme is basically a file that has configuration changes for the Windows (or other OS) GUI, like new colors and fonts for windows, new wallpapers, screensavers, icons, cursors, etc. Windows 98 and Millenium Edition users have Desktop Themes integrated on the Control Panel; Windows 95 users can download the Microsoft Theme Manager. I know no "good" theme manager for Windows 2000; most of 'em can apply the colors and sounds just fine, but fail in the other areas.

The Futurama Point's Leela Theme

The Futurama Point's Leela ThemeThis theme was created by Javier Sánchez from The Futurama Point. Includes new wallpaper, pointers, icons and colors.

Mad Max's Leela Croft Windows XP Logon Screen

Mad Max's Leela Croft Windows XP Logon ScreenThis Windows XP logon screen was created by Mad Max (original image by The Voices). You will have to go to LogonStudio, and download and install their program to use this logon screen.

Warning: this logon screen is only for Windows XP.

Mad Max's Leela In Bed Windows XP Logon Screen

Mad Max's Leela In Bed Windows XP Logon ScreenThis Windows XP logon screen was created by Mad Max (original image by The Voices). You will have to go to LogonStudio, and download and install their program to use this logon screen.

Warning: this logon screen is only for Windows XP.

Seba's Fry, Leela and the Stars Windows XP Logon Screen

Seba's Fry, Leela and the Stars Windows XP Logon ScreenThis Windows XP logon screen was created by Seba

Warning: this logon screen is only for Windows XP.

Turdfergusson's Futurama KDE Splash Screen

Turdfergusson's Futurama KDE Splash ScreenThis Futurama styled KDE splash screen was created by Turdfergusson

Warning: This splash screen is only for users of the KDE desktop environment (an environment that can be used on Linux, BSD, Solaris, UNIX, Windows with Cygwin installed, etc).

To install for all users on your system, as root cd to /usr/share/apps/ksplash/Themes and untar the contents of the tar.gz file in there. Then your user accounts will be able to select the splash screen by going to the KDE Control Centre, then to LookNFeel>Splash Screen, select the splash screen, and then restart KDE. Alternatively, if you want to just install it on your own user account, then just go to the KDE Control Centre, then to LookNFeel>Splash Screen, and then click on the Add button and select the downloaded file, then select it on the list, and lastly restart KDE.

MOrTaL-K's Futurama Windows XP Logon Screen

MOrTaL-K's Futurama Windows XP Logon ScreenThis Windows XP logon screen was created by MOrTaL-K. You will have to go to LogonStudio, and download and install their program to use this logon screen.

Warning: this logon screen is only for Windows XP.

MOrTaL-K's Dr. Zoidberg Windows XP Logon Screen

MOrTaL-K's Dr. Zoidberg Windows XP Logon ScreenThis Windows XP logon screen was created by MOrTaL-K. You will have to go to LogonStudio, and download and install their program to use this logon screen.

Warning: this logon screen is only for Windows XP.

Daniel Alston's Futurama splashscreen for GRUB (legacy)

Daniel Alston's Futurama splashscreen for GRUB (legacy)This is a Futurama splash screen for the Grub (legacy) boot manager created by Daniel Alston.

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