The release of Windows 8 Consumer Preview signifies that Windows 8 is approaching final stage of vigorous testings. With positive feedbacks received in general from the community, Microsoft never lets the growing momentum into a decline. Not long after the release of Windows 8 Consumer Preview, Microsoft unveils the first official theme for Windows 8, namely Nightfall and Starlight. This particular theme specifically produced for Windows 8 features distant stars, galaxies, verdant meadows, seas and mountains.
Unlike the previous Windows themes, Windows 8 theme is designed such that it fits perfectly onto a dual monitor setup. If you have a dual monitor setup you can try it right away but you need to make sure that both monitors are using the same resolutions. In general, many of us are using a single monitor to perform our daily routines. In this case the theme is still working but the images are centered (i.e. you can see the whole images).
If you have downloaded Windows 8 Consumer Preview from my previous post, you can test the official Windows 8 theme on your machine. The best part about Windows 8 theme is that it changes your glass color to blend with the images. If you are using Windows 8 and want to use Windows 7 themes; no worries. You can still use Windows 7 theme on your Windows 8, it works seamlessly on Windows 8 Consumer Preview.