On this Thanksgiving, we would like to thank all our readers for being so kind to us, for appreciating our work and encouraging us to do better with their kind words. We here at TechNorms thank you for all your support and wish you a Happy Thanksgiving. You guys are amazing.
Thanksgiving Day, also called Turkey Day, is a festival celebrated primarily in United States and Canada. Traditionally, Thanksgiving has been a harvest festival celebrated to give thanks for a bountiful harvest.
Although Americans commonly believe that the first Thanksgiving happened in 1621 at Plymouth, Massachusetts, there are evidences of earlier harvest celebrations at other places. While it may have been religious in origin, Thanksgiving is now primarily identified as a secular holiday. Regarded as one of the busiest travel periods of the year, Thanksgiving is a time to come together with friends and family over a large meal, traditionally consisting of the turkey.
It is Autumn – time to celebrate, to eat and drink and to get together with loved ones and friends. The Thanksgiving Windows 7 Theme consists of 20+ Hi-Res Wallpapers, custom icons and sounds. Bring the Thanksgiving celebration to your desktop with this festive Thanksgiving Windows 7 Theme.
Screenshots For Thanksgiving Windows 7 Theme:
These are just a few of the 20+ Hi-Res Thanksgiving wallpapers that are included with this theme. Download the theme to get them all.
Custom Sounds and Icons For The Thanksgiving Theme:
Like all our themes, we have included some nice icons as well as beautiful music for the Thanksgiving Windows 7 Theme.
I am sure you would enjoy this theme, even if only for one day!
Download Thanksgiving Windows 7 Theme:
We have a dedicated download page for the Thanksgiving Windows 7 Theme. You can also view and download other themes in our Windows 7 Themes Gallery.
Download Windows 7 Thanksgiving Theme.
Fun Facts & Trivia About Thanksgiving:
- In the United States, it falls on the fourth Thursday of November.
- In Canada, Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on the second Monday in October, which is Columbus Day in the United States.
- Thanksgiving Day is also celebrated in Leiden, in the The Netherlands. A different holiday which uses the same name is celebrated at a similar time of year in the island of Grenada.
- The day after Thanksgiving is popularly known as Black Friday, because of the heavy shopping that day helps put retailers books back into black. Black Friday has been considered by retailers to be the start of the Christmas shopping season since as early as the 1930s.