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Welcome Center in Windows XP( like the one in Windows Vista)

If you like to have Welcome Center, like one in Windows Vista in your Windows XP machine (see the image below), here is a free application, which allows you to have the same on your XP computer.

Just download (2.3Mb) the program, unzip it and run the exe file. No installation required. To run it in Windows startup - place the shortcut (‘Welcome Center exe’ file) to start menu - All programs-Startup directory.

Similar to this, there is another application for your Windows Vista, which will give cleaner, more refined Aero Glass, and transitions like that of the Original Welcome Center. Also, it has the ability to change from Aero to Vista Basic. Download it.
This post’s credit goes to Vishal


  1. Thanks, also maybe this great article/list can help to make your XP more like vista or windows 7 : the best one i've ever seen


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