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Microsoft releases official Diwali theme for Windows 10 PCs

05 November 2018 5

Microsoft's Windows Store is full of different types of themes meant for Windows 10 devices but since the Diwali festival is just two days away, it has now released an official Diwali theme for Windows 10 PCs. The theme has been named "Festival of Lights" which an apt name for the occasion and is currently available as a free download for everyone.

This new Diwali Windows 10 theme from Microsoft comprises of a total of 17 high-resolution wallpapers. These wallpapers feature different items related to Diwali celebrations like oil lamps, rangoli, and lights. As per the description, “You can almost smell the sweet night air, illuminated with the twinkle of oil lamps and vibrant flowers in this 17-image set, free for Windows 10 Themes.”

Here is a glimpse of a few of the wallpapers which you will get with the theme.


If interested, you can get the theme by searching for "Festival of Lights" or you can also click the link given below. Once downloaded and installed, you can enable it by visiting Settings -> Personalization -> Themes and choose the newly installed theme. The only thing you need to make sure is that your device is running Windows 10 version 14951.0 or higher.


Get the official Diwali theme for Windows 10 using the link below.


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Microsoft releases official Diwali theme for Windows 10 PCs
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Jesson
Jesson

Great that Microsoft has brought out these themes, but sadly are targeting only the Windows 10 version. Others are getting deprived of this beauty.

Barak
Barak

That's a timely introduction from Microsoft. Though the actual festival has begun, the main day of the festival of lights is still a couple of days away.

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