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Bring Blizzard's hit MMORPG interface to your Windows desktop
Published on June 15, 2005 By Draginol In WoW

Blizzard has released the official World of Warcraft Desktop. The suite, created for Stardock Media by Apocalypse_67 and Adam  Najmanowicz (lead developer of Stardock SkinStudio) combines both original artwork and in-game interface graphics from Blizzard's popular massively multiplayer game.

The suite incorporates technology from Stardock's Object Desktop in the form of Theme Manager OEM which has been previously licensed by companies such as Microsoft, Alienware, ATI, nVidia, Nintendo, and others to deliver branded desktops.

On a personal note, this is one of the best suites I've ever seen. And it's free.

Visit the website to get it or you can download it directly here.

on Jun 16, 2005
I am *SO* downloading this as soon as I get home from work

Very cool!
on Jun 16, 2005

I do WoW !

Can you describe a little more how this fits in?

Do you guys WoW?
on Jun 16, 2005
It's a windows visual theme based on WoW... what more is there to describe? It's not part of the game.

I am a Paladin on the Durotan server I am Zoomba, The Morally Ambiguous Paladin... and slayer of small bunnies.
on Jun 16, 2005
Please answer this as quickly as possible. I have downloaded this skin/theme but it doesn't work! You said it was free but when I downloaded it, it said I had to buy WindowBlinds. Please tell me how I can use this without having to spen money, like you said
on Jun 17, 2005
Slipknot - It's possible that you have an older version of WindowBlinds (or the shareware version) installed and the theme may be trying to use that. Try uninstalling both WindowBlinds and the WoW theme, and then reinstalling the Wow theme and see if that works. If that is not the case you can contact and they should be able to help you. Good luck!