How to install themes on your Windows desktop

After all press for Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk is likely to bring it into the octagon, the only analogy we can see is Twitter versus the new darling of Meta–Threads. The platform amassed 70 million signups in its first few days and shows no signs of slowing down. The only trouble is, right now, it’s only mobile. You can view individual posts in a browser, but you can’t post or read your entire feed.

Personally, my relationship with the blue bird has taken a serious turn for the past few months, so I decided to give Threads a try. The best way I can describe it is, it’s like replaying a new class in the game after going through the end game content. You know, the refreshing kind.

The theme still lags behind because it’s locked on Android and iOS mobile devices, so I can’t really use it on anything other than my phone and tablet. But if you’re running Windows 11, there’s a quick way to get around that limitation by using the Windows Subsystem for Android.

It all revolves around the Amazon Appstore and enables the ability to download Android APKs with a few toggles. So this guide is not only for Themes, but also… meta guide for most Android apps available APK. (I hope you see what I did there.)

Before we start

  • Installed Windows 11.
  • Installed the latest Windows updates.
  • Make sure that Microsoft supports the Amazon Appstore in your country or region. (Check here.)

Install Amazon Appstore/Windows Subsystem for Android

  • Open Microsoft Store and search Amazon App Store. Click Setting or Take to start the download.
  • This will get you started through the three-step setup process—just follow it. It will ask for permission to make changes to some utilities—allow them and you’ll soon be prompted to restart your computer.
  • When it works again after reboot, your PC will automatically start the installation Windows Subsystem for Android. When done, you will be prompted with the Amazon Appstore login screen. (You don’t need to sign in.)
  • Now you should be able to find Windows Subsystem for Android in your Start menu. Open it and select Advanced settings on the left, then switch Developer mode slider to the right.

Download Theme APK

There are many options for downloading Android app APKs, but if you don’t know where you’re going, you could end up in some unsightly corners of the web. One of the safest in my experience is APKMirror.

  • Receive APK Themes use APKMirror link here.
  • By default, this will go into yours Download folder.

Install WSATools

While there are several options for apps that allow Android APKs to be installed after the Windows for Android Subsystem is installed, WSATools is one of the simplest and easiest to understand, and also a great option. other from the Microsoft Store.

  • Open Microsoft Store and search WSATools. Install it.

Theme settings

All the pieces are ready, let’s go!

  • WSATools should now be available on your Start menu. Open it up.
  • Click Install APK. This will tell you ADB is missing the first time you run it. Click Setting and select or create a folder to install it into. Personally, I just keep C:\ADB simple. (You’ll never have to do this again.)
  • Once that’s done, you’ll get another prompt to find your file. Go to your Downloads folder and select our newly downloaded Theme APK.
  • Click Setting when it shows the Themes and info icon.
  • Maybe it will ask for permission ADB debugging. If so, click yes.

If this doesn’t work or WSA can’t be accessed, restart your machine to try again.

And that’s it! Themes are now available in your Start menu, so when you’re at your desk or on your gaming device to take a break between runs, you can open Themes on your Windows 11 PC. easily like Facebook, Twitter, Facebook by Microsoft. and the Instagram Windows app. Happy spooling! (Is that what we’re calling it?)

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