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Download Change your login screen to CIA login screen

Discussion in 'Customisations' started by Martee Mj, Apr 29, 2012.

  1. Martee Mj Member

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    Ever wanted to showoff that you are an agent and work for the CIA. Well here is a simple way to do it!

    1. Download and Install StarDock Logon Studio

    2. Download the attachment.

    3. Open Stardock, click on create and select the attachment you have just downloaded and click on apply! You are done:smug:

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  2. xanaxnwine Well-Known Member

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    LOL, I hope the CIA doesn't break into my home for me using this :p Does it basically replace the Windows default login screen, or do you have to run it yourself?
  3. cyryll26 Member

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    Nice TuT. :happy: you can do the same if you have Tune-up utilities installed. :happy:
  4. Martee Mj Member

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    Well, you have to do it!:happy: And thats why I have posted a tutorial for it!
  5. TheDespite Member

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    Not too long ago I saw a tutorial on how to change the actual image Windows uses for the login screen. In my opinion, that would be better than using a software to do this.
  6. Martee Mj Member

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    Why would you like doing it the hard way?
  7. TheDespite Member

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    I don't like getting useless software, especially things like this that need a startup entry and so will slow down your startup.
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  9. cyryll26 Member

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    well, if a software can do it, of course you can do it on your own. But at least the option is there for others, right? :happy:
  10. 4leafclover Member

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    I actually tried this yesterday and thinking that of course it is illegal to use any of CIA's emblem and that they might be watching over me any minute. I changed it back and deleted everything.hahaha
  11. yurithebest1 Well-Known Member

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    I will drive my friends nuts if they see that login screen on my computer haha, because it really looks so genuine and very original.
  12. Isabellas2007 Active Member

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    It looks like it would be great for an office setting where people can see it. However, for a personal computer it seems like it would slow the machine down to much making it impossible to use.
  13. ValerieAnne Member

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    This would be great if I had a use for it. I'm the only one that uses my computer and nobody else even looks at it, so would be pointless. Will def be sharing this with my aunt though she'll love it.
  14. psufootball Active Member

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    Bookmarking, I am SO going to do this, gonna look so badass. :p

    I actually had this on my old laptop where it was a C.T.U. login (from the TV show 24 haha).
  15. bryce12 Member

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    Nice tutorial. I hope my PC won't self destruct after I logoff :happy: I m curious, does CIA really use this kind of theme or is it just the imagination of Hollywood guys?
  16. DoctorWho Member

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    I once used Stardock way back in 2006 for XP, and it wreaked so much havoc that I had to re-install the OS from scratch just to get it to behave again. I was pretty fun messing with the visual themes before it crashed though, I might try it again on my 7 install (the disposable one) just to see if it's more stable now.
  17. Alex19 Active Member

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    Nice wallpaper .. for me it`s easier to change my logon screen with TuneUp Utilities because I already have it installed. Nice tutorial btw.
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    The attachment looks so realistic, thanks for sharing this with us.
  19. aditk8149 Member

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    Its pretty amazing login screen! I like it a lot!

    It freaks out my cousin brothers who are pretty much new at this whole customization thing!
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    I used to use one like this. I used LogonStudio and a theme that incorporated the fbi image. Then changed profile pic to the fbi logo to match that img, which i took from google. I got some interesting stares from people while in public, I must say so I then turned my laptop into a linux machine. It would be fun to do in your own home where no strangers can witness the screen.

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