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August 27, 2007

Change your login screen according to your wish!!!

Are you bored of seeing the same blue welcome screen??:(
Do u want to have a funky login screens like this????
then here is a way to change the login screen
first down load any of the login screens given above, if u dont like the login screen given above you can find hundreds of login screens to chose from here
http://themes.belchfire.net/index.php?dlcategory=12

then extract the .exe file n save it to a directory say login_screen

*now open the registry editor
start>run>regedit>hkey_local_machine>software>microsoft>windowsnt>current version>winlogon

now on the right hand side locate uihost
right click that and select modify
and paste the address of the location where u stored your ” .exe file”
for example: If u stored the > exe file on the desktop in the directory login_screen n the name of the exe file is 123
then your address would be
C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator\Desktop\login_screen\123.exe
and your done
check this by pressing winkey+L

NOTE : To get back to your old login screen

open the registry editor

start>run>regedit>hkey_local_machine>software>microsoft>windowsnt>current version>winlogon

now on the right hand side locate uihost
right click that and select modify

the write “logonui.exe” there (with out quotes)

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  2. Gaurav,
    I tried replicationg this behavior on my machine but failed.

    I have downloaded a logon theme from the site listed in your post. Then I renamed the default logonui.exe to zune.exe and stored it on my local disk (:d). I followed your instructions and modified the UIHost properties from default to D:\Software\Windows XP Logon Screens\Zune\zune.exe. But when I tried Win+L, there was no change.

    I am on my company domain with an XP machine. Please suggest.

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