Transform the Look & Feel (also Some Functionality)of the Windows XP to Windows 7 Using Seven Transformation Pack!

by Jawwad in Software, Windows | 0 comments


To emulate the visual look and feel of the Windows 7 in older Windows XP you don’t need to shell out your hard earned money on the latest and greatest from Microsoft. There are a no. of free tools available that can be used to change the look and feel of the Windows OS but Seven Transformation Pack is one of the easiest options to do so that I have discovered lately to transform your humble Windows XP installation in to Windows 7 (looks wise) without much effort. All the necessary tools to change the different visual and thematic elements are included in the pack. The pack changes most of the system icons, skins and toolbars and also adds new enhancements to your desktop. In the process, it will also replace/patch some system files and resources in the Windows installation directory.

Vista Transformation Pack 1 | Transform the Look & Feel (also Some Functionality)of the Windows XP to Windows 7 Using Seven Transformation Pack!

Seven Transformation Pack can be used to replace the following visual elements in Windows:

  • 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
  • Some Windows 7′s popular features
  • And much more

Latest version of the Seven Transformation Pack (ver. 5.0) can be downloaded from Windows X’s Live.

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