Desktop Software Shell Enhancement MacOSX Transformation Pack

MacOSX Transformation Pack 1.0 Beta for Windows

by Danimator

Avg. Rating 1.7 (12 votes)

File Details

File Size 55.9 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 16,672
Publisher Danimator
Homepage MacOSX Transformation Pack

Publisher's Description

MacOSX Transformation Pack can transform your Windows to Mac OS X without having to install all kinds of other tools. This pack works only on Windows XP with SP2 and Windows Media Center 2004 with SP2. Read the included readme files when you install this pack.

Latest Reviews

photonboy

photonboy reviewed v1.0 Beta on Oct 16, 2005

Here's some of the best advice you'll ever get:

When experimenting, backup your c-drive with a program like Acronis True Image 9. Ideally, you can put the image on one or two DVD's (of course you can always just put it on your hard drive). Now if you screw up you are back up in running in about half an hour.

randynovotny@comcast.net

[email protected] reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 29, 2004

Ok. Tried it. Now how do I get rid of it and go back to XP screens?

blackcherry

blackcherry reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 26, 2004

adds a few new icons, thats about all. stay away.

palo_

palo_ reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 26, 2004

Nice piece of crap for people who thinks that they "think different"

ryan_l

ryan_l reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 25, 2004

If there was something lower than 1, you can rest assure that's what I would give this. If you are unhappy with Windows booting, then this is for you, however if you like to be able to get past the boot screen, I suggest not installing it.

If you want to install many mods to make your system look more like OS X, then I suggest Flyakite SP1.

jacjan

jacjan reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 25, 2004

Stay away at all costs!

I installed it, and my system never booted again.
Had to completely reinstall my computer.

spiked

spiked reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 24, 2004

Even if you believe it's a good idea for Windows XP to look like Mac OS X, this is a lame attempt. I've got a real Mac, and it definitely didn't come with a Start button, a taskbar, nor a right mouse button.

graysky

graysky reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 24, 2004

...why would you curse your machine with a "facelift" like this?

Avg. Rating 1.7 (12 votes)
Your Rating
photonboy

photonboy reviewed v1.0 Beta on Oct 16, 2005

Here's some of the best advice you'll ever get:

When experimenting, backup your c-drive with a program like Acronis True Image 9. Ideally, you can put the image on one or two DVD's (of course you can always just put it on your hard drive). Now if you screw up you are back up in running in about half an hour.

randynovotny@comcast.net

[email protected] reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 29, 2004

Ok. Tried it. Now how do I get rid of it and go back to XP screens?

blackcherry

blackcherry reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 26, 2004

adds a few new icons, thats about all. stay away.

palo_

palo_ reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 26, 2004

Nice piece of crap for people who thinks that they "think different"

ryan_l

ryan_l reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 25, 2004

If there was something lower than 1, you can rest assure that's what I would give this. If you are unhappy with Windows booting, then this is for you, however if you like to be able to get past the boot screen, I suggest not installing it.

If you want to install many mods to make your system look more like OS X, then I suggest Flyakite SP1.

jacjan

jacjan reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 25, 2004

Stay away at all costs!

I installed it, and my system never booted again.
Had to completely reinstall my computer.

spiked

spiked reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 24, 2004

Even if you believe it's a good idea for Windows XP to look like Mac OS X, this is a lame attempt. I've got a real Mac, and it definitely didn't come with a Start button, a taskbar, nor a right mouse button.

graysky

graysky reviewed v1.0 Beta on Sep 24, 2004

...why would you curse your machine with a "facelift" like this?

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