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Download Windows 7 Transformation Pack for Vista

Deviantart user Ka-Book has developed a Windows 7 transformation pack for Vista. The transformation pack includes Windows 7 Theme, Logon UI, Windows Media Player 12, new Sound Schemes, wallpaper from Build 7048, 7057 and User Pictures to make your Windows Vista resemble Windows 7 as much as possible.

This Windows 7 transformation pack comes with no installers. It includes only the system files that are required to get the look of Windows 7 build 7057. The transformation pack also comes with a detailed implementation guide.Download Windows 7 Transformation Pack.

Similar Programs:
1. Complete Windows 7 transformation Pack for Windows XP
2. Windows 7 theme for Vista
3. Official Windows 7 themes and Wallpapers


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