Transform Windows XP into Vista

by on April 3rd, 2009

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Transform Windows XP into Vista. Before using Windows Vista, why not try its look and feel at Windows XP? There are many many Transformation packs available with a little bit (visual) difference from each other. Just download which you like and install it away. I have many to refer to. But use just one.

Windows XP to Windows Vista Transformation – BricoPack Vista Inspirat

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BricoPack Vista Inspirat is a free pack which modifies Windows XP system files in order to change its appearance and make it look like Windows Vista (the next operating system made by Microsoft).

Download BricoPack Vista Inspirat

BricoPack Vista Inspirat Download

Windows XP to Windows Vista Transformation – Vista RTM skinpack

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Download Vista RTM skinpack

Download Vista RTM skinpack

Windows Vista Inspirat Transformation Pack

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Download Vista Inspirat Transformation Pack

Download Vista Inspirat Transformation Pack

Windows XP to Windows Vista Transformation Pack

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Download Windows XP to Windows Vista Transformation Pack

Windows XP to Windows Vista Transformation Pack 1 Download

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XP to Vista Transformation Pack (9.0.1) – Link 1
XP to Vista Transformation Pack (9.0.1) – Link 2
XP to Vista Transformation Pack (9.0.1) – Link 3
XP to Vista Transformation Pack – Link 4
XP to Vista Transformation Pack – Link 5
XP to Vista Transformation Pack – Link 6

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Video Demonstration of XP to Vista Transformation

Here is some video demonstration for using transformation pack and converting Windows XP into Vista like visual beauty.

The Real Windows Vista OS

And by the way, all online crap about the Windows Vista OS is just rubbish (in my opinion). Windows Vista is a great OS. Those people who could not adopt to work with Vista, they failed, but not the Vista. I just love Windows Vista too. The Dell machine which I purchased, came with the software for optimal Vista performance and after I installed all of those, Vista worked perfectly. And who says there were no problems with XP either? And I would like to talk to the guy who says that everything is available for MAC or Linux also. I will suggest these people to just go online and read some articles about how to work with Windows Vista.

1- In case of themes installation and specific types of files (.dll, .theme, .msstyle etc) which are not installers, you need to find a place C:\WINDOWS\Resources\Themes to copy those files there.
2- In case you are using SP1, SP2, SP3 with XP or SP1 or later with Vista, You first need to allow third party themes support before transforming OS. You will need some kind of UXTheme patcher.
3- Transformations are for advanced users, who can bear experimentation with OS.

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  1. Hiroshi says:

    @DB: Good for you :D

  2. DB says:

    I’m still at odds with the reasoning to make XP looks like Vista… I want XP to look like XP and Vista to look like Vista… on the other hand, I’m off to buy a Mac.