Thursday, 09 August 2007
If you're still using Windows XP and haven't yet decided to make the switch to Windows Vista but still want to get the look-and-feel of Windows Vista, look no further than the Vista Transformation Pack. This freeware utility will transform your Windows XP graphical user interface to look like Windows Vista.
Vista Transformation Pack will modify resources in Windows XP such as:
- Boot screen
- Welcome Screen / Logon Screen
- New msstyles files (visual styles)
- New desktop and file icons
- New toolbar icons
- Progress Dialogs
- Sounds scheme
- System Tray icons
- New Wallpapers
- Windows Media Player Skins
- And much more
I tried the Vista Transformation Pack a few months back and was pleasantly satisfied with its results. It also had the added benefit of easing my transition from Windows XP to Windows Vista.
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