Note that High Contrast Themes use a different engine – they allow you to select different colors for different interface elements, while the standard Windows 8 themes only allow you to select a single color.
Trivia: Did you know that this theme was an alternative wallpaper for Windows 98? Who would've thought blue was a better color than teal?
The resulting theme doesn’t look exactly like the Windows Classic theme, but it’s definitely a lot closer.
If you don’t like all the new colors and the shiny new Windows 10 look and feel, you can always revert to the super-old-school look.
If you enjoyed the theme features in those past versions of the Windows operating systems, you're going to love the fact that with the Windows 10 Creators Update Microsoft has brought back Themes with the same level of control.
You can download a host of preconfigured themes from the Windows Store for free. To access Themes, just press the [Windows] key and click Settings.
Unfortunately, the descriptions don't go into any real detail about what is included in the theme.
The screenshots are nice, in that you get a preview of the backgrounds, but there is no indication as to what else the theme includes.