Previously, I’ve written several posts about the upcoming Windows 8 and here are some of the links.
In fact, I’ve also covered on how to get the feel of using Windows 8 features on Windows 7 platform through the installation of Windows 8 pack and NewGen. I personally believe the best way to experience all the new features in Windows 8 is by installing Windows 8 on your PC but this is not a popular option for most of us, so here’s another Windows 8 transformation pack that can change the landscape of the previous version of Windows platform.
Windows 8 Transformation Pack
Windows 8 Transformation Pack is useful package to those who want to experience the exciting new features of Windows 8 without the need to install Windows 8 Developer Preview. This transformation pack is released by Windows X’s Live, the developer of 7 Transformation Pack. You may think that you will not stand a chance to experience Windows 8 features if you are using Windows Vista or Windows XP. You are wrong there because this transformation pack supports Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.
Windows 8 Transformation Pack will essentially transform your Windows user interface that include but not limited to themes, Windows 8 boot screen, login screen, wallpapers, sounds and icons. Among new features that are available in this pack is the User Tile on taskbar, Aero’s Auto-Colorization and Metro UI (Newgen).
- Quick and seamless installation. If you don’t like the un-installation process is really a breeze
- Support Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 (Server editions inclusive)
- Intelligence Metro UI design allows 1-click configuration
- Featuring genuine Windows 8 Metro touches
- Auto system update & auto-repair
- Patching the UxStyle memory
- UserTile with current user auto-configured on login
- Windows 8 themes, logon screen and wallpaper
- Aero’s auto-colorization
- Emulation of Metro UI desktop
The developer has also offered us the “Windows 8 UX Pack” that improvise logon screen and theme without touching system files thus ensuring your Windows system remains stable. Windows 8 UX Pack has been updated to version 3.5 and as this article is written, supports Windows 7 only.
.NET Framework 2.0 – required for transformation in Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 x64 editions only.
.NET Framework 4.0 – required to enable User Tile, Auto-colorization and Metro UI Desktop.