Are you using any Theme/Customization tool on your windows?
Not anymore.
Before i was using CustoPack. It had everything needed to modify the entire system look. The theme i used with that pack was a mac style theme. Later on i removed it.
I don't like adding any theme/customization tool on my Windows. I have also disabled all animations and have a black background on my Windows desktop too.

I just want performance much more than appearance.
I am not sure if this is counted as a customization tool, but anyways, I use Wallpaper Engine to have some animated desktop wallpapers which I found it through my friends on Steam. I can live without it though, I expected more wallpapers included with the program, but there were just 10 or so.
No I don't. I try to use as little bells and whistles, including extensions and add-ons unless there is a real use for them. It's easy to find what I need, whereas customization may just add a whole bunch of stuff I don't need, and may create problems I don't know about.
I'm using a MAC OS X theme on my Windows 10, looks pretty good, since I really like the MAC's design, but with all the compatibility from Windows.
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I do not use any such tools, I am happy with default themes with Windows 10.
Isn't it make battery perfomance weak when we use animations? Also it seems default theme may reduce eye problems.So I am stick to it.
nothing , i need my pc to be faster that's why I stop a lot of service I don't need
I do not use any, but in the past I'd use a lot. One of my favorites was a customization for Windows 7 that just made the home screen look and toolbar look a little better. Part of the reason I avoid them now is that I want my computer to be as fast as possible and don't want anything extra slowing it down.
Thank you ZXPlay and FreeVPS for my VPS 7

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