We have seen and used many transformations packs for our Windows Operating System. Earlier we discussed about Mac OSX Lion transformation pack for Windows 7. Today I’d like to introduce the all new Windows 8 Transformation pack for Windows 7 Operating system.
Few months ago Microsoft released a developer version of their new operating system called Windows 8 and we’re all excited about the prospect of Windows 8 with its Metro user interface. If you just can’t wait to have that Windows 8 feel though, you’re in luck, thanks to Windows X’s Live for their excellent Windows 8 Transformation pack for Windows 7.
Let’s checkout some screen shots of Windows 8 Transformation pack for Windows 7.
Please use following links to download Windows 8 Transformation pack to transform your Windows 7/Vista/XP user interface to look like Windows 8.
- NET Framework 2.0 – Required for system files transformation in Windows XP/Server 2003 x64 Editions Only.
- NET Framework 4.0 – Required for Windows 8 features like User Tile/Metro UI Desktop/Auto-colorization.
- Seamless installation and uninstallation giving users safe transformation
- Easily configurable in single click with intelligence Metro UI design
- Designed for all editions of Windows XP/Vista/7 including Server Editions
- Genuine Windows 8 system resources with Metro touches
- Smart system files updating with auto-repair and Windows Update friendly
- Fresh start for Vista/Seven Transformation Pack users with updated Windows 8 themes and resources
- UxStyle memory patching
- Windows 8 themes, wallpaper and logon screen
- UserTile with current user auto-configured on login
- Metro UI desktop emulation with pre-configured gadgets
- Aero’s auto-colorization feature
- And much more
Disclaimer: We never encourage people to use transformation packs, because transformation pack are not stable. Use at your own risk. Before installing this transformation pack create a restore point, because you may not like the look and feel after the installation, so you can revert back to old look. We are not responsible if your system crashed while using transformation pack. You can read more about this transformation pack from here.