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I'm looking for a black theme, that will work on the latest and most up to date versions of windows 7 64bit. If you google it, of course there are tons of "black" themes available, but as it turns out, few of them actually work. Does anyone have a black theme for windows 7, that will work with all the modern updates that the OS has gotten? Surely some of you must like to tweak the looks of your OS.

I have sensitive eyes, and I've turned everything that I can dark, including this forum. As well as google search, youtube, Firefox, and a few others here and there. Being a person with sensitive eyes, when a blinding white screen opens up, its really quite annoying as it hurts the eyes. I don't know why they didn't make this stuff darker to begin with, or at least provide the option.
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3570k @ 4.6Ghz @1.35v Gigabyte Z77x UD3H evga GTX 970 SSC 16Gb Gskill Ripjaws 2133Mhz @ 9-11-10-28 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
3570k @ 4.6Ghz @1.35v Gigabyte Z77x UD3H evga GTX 970 SSC 16Gb Gskill Ripjaws 2133Mhz @ 9-11-10-28 
Hard DriveCoolingOSMonitor
Samsung Evo 850 Thermalright Ultra 120 Extreme Windows 10 Spy Delux Xstar 27" PLS 1440p 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Wireless ergonomic Silverstone 900 watt Silverstone Raven (1st edition) Logisys Wireless trackball 
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f.lux
It will change your monitor to a less disturbing white as the day gets darker and back again to full white when the day gets brighter. The bright white is OK during the daytime with tons of outside light but it gets very bright during the night and strains the eyes.

Also make sure to have a lamp next to your PC so that the room isn't pitch black as this will strain your eyes. The monitor will be much brighter to your eyes and your eyes will constantly dilate every time you are looking at / away from your monitor.
Make sure to look at something at the far end of your room (or outside) so your eyes can re-focus. Staring and close up objects 24/7 will strain the eyes.
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