One of the things I least like about Windows 10 is the new "flat look" graphical user interface. From the first day I used Windows 10 I felt like this look was a huge step backwards, but Microsoft isn't the only company that is on the "flat look" track.
One of the things I do for a living is tutoring blind or visually-impaired individuals on how to access their computers with software such as magnifier-readers or screen readers depending on what their vision is actually like. I now have a new client who has lost 3/4 of his visual field in each eye. The residual vision he has remaining is actually quite good, but he still has no depth perception to speak of, so "flat look" makes things far more complicated as far as using his residual vision as effectively as I'd like him to be able to.
Does anyone know of a theme that will work under Windows 10, even if it's a Windows 8.1 theme, that brings back the more 3D-ish characteristics of the Windows 7 environment? I thought this would be a good place to ask first before trying to pore over "what's out there" to find one, as all I've encountered have gone with the "flat look." I might even switch over to one of those myself if they actually exist.