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The Chinese Year Of The Dragon Theme For Windows 7

23 January 2012 847 views One Comment

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The Dragon is one of the signs of zodiac in Chinese calendar. There are a total of 12 zodiac signs in which Dragon is one. According to the old Chinese traditions, the people born in the following dates are said to be born in the year of the dragon:

  • 17-Feb-1988 to 5-Feb-1989
  • 5-Feb-2000 to 23-Feb-2001
  • 23-January 2012 to 9-Feb-2013
  • 10-Feb-2024 to 28-Jan-2025

For more details about these dates you will need to go deep into the history of Chinese zodiac calendar. This is not a part of our discussion here. But if you look closely, you’ll find that from January 2012 to February 2013, the year of the dragon has come again. This specific year of the dragon is called “Water Dragon”.

Microsoft has released a theme for this specific occasion and it is called The Year of the Dragon theme for Windows 7. You can enjoy and celebrate this year with the dragon theme with Chinese dragons all over your desktop. This theme contains 12 breathtaking desktop backgrounds which will be cycled through as wallpapers. Here are the screenshots of wallpapers included in this theme pack. You can download the theme pack by clicking on the link at the end of this article:

Download Year of the dragon theme pack for Windows 7

Usman is a network consultant and works on Windows 7 language packs and adding language packs to Windows 7 for providing support to the customers geo-located in different parts of the world.

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