For a few users of Windows 10, the Clock in the taskbar is showing up in black color. This is in contrast to its default white, which has been the default for Windows for over a decade. As you can see in the image below, the clock is clearly pun intended not visible.
Users who remember and like the appearance of Windows XP might not be very impressed by the default look of Windows The appearance can be changed to some extent using UxStyle and third party themes, but in Windows 10, Microsoft prevents the taskbar from being skinned using visual styles themes. Today, we will see how to skin Windows 10's taskbar to give it a Windows XP appearance without using patches or themes. As of this writing, only the beta version 4. To proceed, you need to download Classic Shell 4.