Yeah, download Classic Shell for Win10, it has many more options than the Win8 version. Windows 10 doesn't block it, or at least it works just fine in my Win10 Pro 64-bit (which was originally TP, but now activated ever since build 10240). So no Win10 updates block it, either.
You'll never get what you had in Win7. It's gone now. Win10 is abominable by comparison, (link shows the fake start menu).. but that's water under the bridge. You can get one theme only, and it's mildly like Aero, or you have the horrific 'High Contrast' (no longer Windows Classic or even Basic, which Win7 had).
BUT you can get some color and font customization by going back to your old XP or Win98 or Win95 'Program Files', and maybe you have the extra 'Plus!' folder of themes, icons, etc. Create the theme you like in the older machine, then store ALL its elements in the Plus Themes folder, and also store the .theme file there. Then, copy that whole Plus! folder to Windows 10's Program Files x86 folder (so the Plus! folder is within the former), and then create a desktop shortcut to the Plus! program THEMES.exe .
Then, invoke the shortcut. Pick the theme you created from the drop down box, and maybe at least the font selections and Colors will be replicated in Win10. It doesn't always work for all menus, and of course can't work in Tombstone (ooops, I mean 'Edge' or IE 11 in Win10) -- but it does work enough to make viewing, better.
Microsoft should be shot for removing Accessibility needs, leaving only that unusable 'high contrast' which will make you go blind.
Edited by brainout, 05 August 2015 - 11:08 AM.