I’ve previously shared a Windows 7 transformation pack for Linux, but that was only for the Linux distro Kubuntu.
Here’s another Windows 7 transformation pack that works with the most popular Linux distro, Ubuntu and features an interface that is very close to the actual one of Windows 7.
Almost all who loves Windows Vista, but cannot run it on their PCs use transformation packs to change the look and feel of their OS.
Vista Transformation Pack is a free suite of mods for your Windows XP that can transform its look and some features into Windows Vista’s one.
Transformation Packs are used to change the look and feel of your current OS and transform it into something else. In the past, I have written about Ubuntu and Windows 7 transformation packs, and this time I have another OS to transform your XP into.
Flyakite OSX is a very cool software that can transform Windows XP to Mac OS X. It will change the entire interface, themes, sounds and popular application skins of XP and will make it look exactly like Leopard.
Earlier this week, I wrote on 5 Windows 7 transformation packs, which was liked by many. And today, I have another cool customization pack. This one is for all the Ubuntu fans who want to have an Ubuntu-like interface in Windows XP.
Ubuntu Customization Pack is created by BlueTekk using different set of tools, which can transform your Windows XP look to Ubuntu with just a small setup.
Since the first fake Windows Seven screenshots got on the Internet, people have been eagerly waiting for transformation packs to transform their current Windows XP or Vista to look like Windows 7, as shown in those screenshots.
Here’s a list of five Windows Seven transformation packs that you can use. 4 packs are for Windows XP users, and 1 is for Vista.