Microsoft has released three new themes –An African Safari, Smiling Creatures and Pi day — for Windows 10 and are available on Microsoft Store for download. These themes contain wallpapers only, and after installing these you can able to apply the desired wallpaper pack to your system by visiting Personalization Settings in Windows 10.
An African Safari theme
African Safari Windows 10 theme contains 20 images of African animals, you’ll feel you’ve seen these wallpapers before, not on the desktop! But definitely on television on Animal Planet or National Geographic for sure.
Microsoft offers this description for the wallpaper pack: “Cheetah cubs in Savannah, a giraffe in a misty forest, and a Zebra outlined by Serengeti sunset. These are just a few of the magnificent animals featured in this 20-image set”
Smiling Creatures theme
Smiling Creatures wallpaper pack contains 16 pictures. The smiling frog definitely grabs your attention and you may want to see it on your desktop as wallpaper.
“Need a smile? Have 16! Grins grace the faces of these 16 adorable animals, fish and one happy grasshopper, free for Windows 10 themes”
Pi day theme
On eve of Pi day on March 14, 2019, Microsoft released Pi Day theme. What is Pi? A constant, you may have come across in your studies in mathematics, is a ratio of the circumference of a circle to its radius, its value is 3.14 (22/7).
The theme which contains 8 images, reminds you about Pi offers this description in the Store “How will you celebrate the elegance of mathematical constant p (pi)? It’s approximate, irrational and circular, … or you could just eat some pie on March 14 instead. Do the math:”
To install themes from Microsoft Store, your device should be using Windows 10 Creators Update or higher, these themes are not an exception to that condition. Do note, these are wallpaper packs that contain images only, no sound and customization are included.
After installing any of the above, visit Personalization > Settings > Themes and select a theme to apply to your device.
What’s your take on these themes? [Via MSPU]
Want to access wallpapers of the themes installed on your computer, read Where Windows 10 Themes Photos were taken?