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How to install Jarvis theme on Windows 7 and 8

How to install Jarvis theme on Windows 7 and 8

Windows 7 and Windows 8 might possess more aesthetic appeal compared to Windows XP, but even a short of time is enough for users to get bored of both of them.

Some users want their desktop screens to possess a wide array of customization options that will enhance the navigational experience as well as display a far more embellished look compared to the native desktop look of the Windows 7 and 8 operating systems.

Fortunately for you, there are several themes available that have been officially developed by Microsoft or third party developers that bring a new feel of customization to the table as well as to the operating systems. One of these themes is Jarvis, a theme which will transform your default desktop screen into Tony Stark’s AI interface, Jarvis that is present in the mechanized suits that he wears.

This tutorial will detail out on how you can install this Jarvis theme on the Windows 7 and 8 operating systems. Before you can make the theme work on your operating system, you are going to have to download and install several applications. Let us get started.

Downloading and installing Rainmeter

Rainmeter is an open source platform that allows you to run themes such as the Jarvis AI interface on your system. You can download the link from here, The link provided is compatible with both the Windows 7 and Windows 8 operating systems. Depending on your internet connection, you will be able to download and install the program.

Downloading and installing the Jarvis AI theme for Windows 7 and 8

After you have downloaded and installed Rainmeter, you should have no problem downloading and installing the Jarvis AI theme for Windows 7 and 8. Download the theme link from here. You will be able to view a ‘Download’ button placed on the right hand side of the screen with the application size being 4.6 Megabytes.

After you have installed the Jarvis theme on your computer, make the background of your windows as a complete black color (make it in Paint if you don’t have it on your list of backgrounds) and apply it to make it your desktop background. It looks thoroughly appealing after you have installed the AI theme and set it up as your desktop’s interface.


All credit goes to DeviantArt, for putting up sufficient effort on their end to provide you with such a theme. Let us know what you think about this theme. There are numerous themes that you can choose according to your liking. Pick the one that suits you the best and decorate your desktop with it.

8 Responses to “How to install Jarvis theme on Windows 7 and 8”
  1. Thomas says:

    The best thing about RainMeter is that you can mix and match themes to find the perfect theme for you. Mine, for example resembles Nick Fury’s console onboard the Helicarrier in Avengers and is coupled with a few features from the Jarvis 2.0 Theme and the default RainMeter theme. Here’s a link to mine if you’d like to check it out:

  2. Shahbaz Khan says:

    Really Nice Theme, But little bit confusing, BTW Good one

  3. Natz says:

    Don’t Download this theme Jarvis It include a virus Script/Exploit so i recommended do not proceed and also do not download RainMeter it is also a virus/trojan it may steal your Bank Password ( AVG detects this Trojan horse and its 489 known variants. PSW Banker, Trojan Downloader, PSW Generic, JS/POPUP, JS obfuscated) All of the above mentioned is a Virus… Good Luck…

    • Shahid Shaikh says:

      This file has to make system changes using admin/root privileges. Antivirus software looks for files that do this. It’s not a virus.

  4. yasir says:

    just downloaded file on win 8.1. try to open it, no app in win store can open it.
    how to install it in win 8?

  5. aravind says:

    how to change it to normal

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