Christmas is approaching and like last time on Thanksgiving we released the Thanksgiving Windows 7 Theme, we are releasing the Christmas theme today. Its full of color and beautiful messages, and similarly, I hope your Christmas is full of beautiful colored presents and lots of warm thoughts from your friends and family. A few words about Christmas…
Christmas originated from ‘Christ’s Mass’. The holiday is observed generally on December 25 to commemorate the birth of Jesus, the central figure of Christianity. Christmas is known and adopted everywhere due to its popular celebratory customs gift-giving, carols, greeting cards, church celebrations, special meals, and the beautiful display of various decorations including Christmas trees, lights, garlands, mistletoe, nativity scenes, and holly. Santa Claus is perhaps the most well known figure attached to the mythology of Christmas and the tradition of giving gifts.
Bring the holiday colors and celebrations to your desktop with our Christmas Windows 7 Theme. The theme consists of 20+ beautiful Hi-Res Wallpapers, custom icons and sounds to bring the Christmas Spirit right to your desktop. Merry Christmas!
Screenshots For Windows 7 Christmas Theme:
Custom Icons and Sounds For The Christmas Windows 7 Theme:
A beautiful theme like this needs beautiful icons and sounds to complete it. Likewise, we have included some really nice icons with this theme.
The sounds have been derived from some beautiful Christmas songs and I am sure you would want to use this theme throughout this month.
Download Christmas Windows 7 Theme:
We have a dedicated download page for this theme. You can also view various other themes in our Windows 7 Themes Gallery.
Use Google Chrome? Check Out our Christmas Themes for Google Chrome.
Some Fun Facts & Trivia About Christmas and Christmas Trees:
- According to the National Christmas Tree Association, Americans buy 37.1 million real Christmas trees each year; 25 percent of them are from the nation’s 5,000 choose-and-cut farms.
- Alabama was the first state to recognize Christmas as an official holiday. This tradition began in 1836.
- In 1907, Oklahoma became the last US state to declare Christmas a legal holiday.
- Christmas trees are edible. Many parts of pines, spruces, and firs can be eaten. The needles are a good source of vitamin C. Pine nuts, or pine cones, are also a good source of nutrition.
- During the Christmas buying season, Visa cards alone are used an average of over 5000 times every minute in the United States.