Transform Windows to Mac OS

In my previous entries, I posted how to transform your Windows OS to Ubuntu as well as to Android themes using skin packs. Now, it’s time to share one of my personal favorites, the Mac OS Lion Skin Pack! I’m not really a die-hard Apple fanatic, I just love the look-and-feel of this “magical” transformation.

Take a look at the following latest improvements added by Deviant artist, hameddanger. Actually I updated my previously installed skin pack from v. 10 to v. 12. I noticed that some bugs were already fixed like the Rocketdock problem and some other issues.

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Available for Windows XP and 7DOWNLOAD THE SKIN PACK HERE!

Transform Windows 7 to Android

 Google’s Android devices are undoubtedly growing more and more popular nowadays. And just recently, I happened to stumble upon a cool Android theme for windows 7! Actually, it’s an skin pack installer which anyone can easily run and enjoy the look-and-feel of Android, without the need to install it!

Below are some of the screen shots taken from my computer. Basically you can still enjoy Windows 7‘s basic Aero features. The main transformations, to name a few, would include the cool Android boot screen, desktop with RocketDock, a significant change in the icons and fonts plus other stuff.

I personally like the shadow-effect that glows every time you point your mouse to certain menu bars or whenever you access your files or folders.  Read more of this post

Organize Your Desktop Using RocketDock

RocketDock is an application launcher developed by PolyVector and Skunkie of Punk Labs, working with artist Zachary Denton, for Windows that provides a dock similar to that of the Mac OS X Aqua GUI. It is freely available under a Creative Commons license and is distributed by Punk Labs (previously called Punk Software).

This application can truly help organize your desktop shortcuts, files and folders by categorizing all of them into docks. Now, you can easily view the grandeur of your desktop wallpaper by hiding them while not in use.  Read more of this post

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