Customizing a Windows operating system is very simple as they are variety of free tools available to almost every part of the operating system from the boot screen to the Control Panel. Users who aren’t happy with the default look of Windows XP can install third-party themes or install transformation packs if you would like change not only the theme but also icons and menus.
Long time Windows XP users who are bored with the default look of the operating system might want to change the look of the operating system completely without upgrading to Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 8. And if you prefer to have a Mac OS X Lion style look for your Windows XP, you can go ahead and install a free transformation pack to change the look and feel of the operating system in a few minutes.
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Mac OS X Lion Transformation pack is the first ever Mac OS transformation pack released for Windows XP. After covering Mac OS X Lion Transformation pack for Windows 7, we are back again here to introduce Mac OS X Lion Transformation pack for the good old Windows XP.
The transformation pack adds the new OS X Lion touch your XP. By installing this transformation pack, you will get Mac-style dock, icons, menus, logon screen and boot screen. In simple words, you will get the look and feel of the Mac OS X.
As with other transformation packs, this customization pack might change some system files. So before installing the transformation pack, please create a manual restore point so that you can easily revert to the default look of your XP with a few mouse clicks. To uninstall the transformation pack, navigate to Control Panel and then Add or remove programs option.
Also check out how to transform XP into Windows 7 guide. If you are a Windows 7 user, don’t forget to checkout Windows 8 transformation pack for Windows 7 and Mac OS X visual style (theme) for Windows 7.