Thursday, 4 April 2013

Windows 98 Theme in Visual Basic.NET.

Hello everyone, I realize it has been a while since I've made a post.
In this tutorial, I will be showing you how you can obtain the Windows 98 look in your Visual Basic.NET applications without the use of external classes or tools.

Alright, doing this is incredibly easy. You just need to make a few specific edits to your project properties.

1. Once you're happy with the GUI of your program, open up your Project Properties.

2. Disable Enable XP Visual Styles.

3. Disable Enable application framework.

4. Hit Debug and you'll arrive at a GUI that looks like the one from the very top of this post.

I got my information and the images used in this post from this tutorial written by the user Tibas from HackForums.


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