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Higgeo

Turn Windows XP into Windows 7

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Here is a quick way to save the extra money and make windows xp look like windows 7. smile.gif

 

Step1. Go to http://www.askvg.com. This website has all the stuff you will need and is safe.

 

Step2: Download UXTheme Patcher, run then restart computer. Make shoure you download the right one either sp3 or sp2 depending on you coppy of windows xp.

 

Step3. Find the lastest vertion of the theme on the same site.

 

Step4. Download the zip file and extract it.

 

Step5. In the folder there should be some files. Simply run each file and follow the readme files.

Extra Common Tasks (This folder contains 2 extra shell styles: Bottom and Left dark blue.)

Fonts (This folder contains Segoe UI fonts required for the theme. Run Fonts.exe file to install them.)

Iconized Taskbar Hack (This folder contains registry script to enable Iconized taskbar in Windows XP.)

Styler Toolbar (This folder contains "Styler" setup file and "SevenVG RTM" Styler skin. You can apply it to get Windows 7 look-like commandbar in Windows XP Explorer.)

Theme (This folder contains the main theme. Run Theme.exe file to install it.)

 

 

 

 

There are also many other themes so try them out and give them a go. smile.gif

 

 

 

SevenVG_RTM_Theme_for_XP_by_Vishal_Gupta

 

 

 

 

Higgeo

 

(PS. I will keep the updated with new steps as they come to hand.)

Edited by Fearless Staff

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i did this before, gave me immense lag.

dunno if this one does though, i did use 7 theme

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Guest R..pace!

nice but how many extra processes those it give you ? , when you change your xp to that

 

It doesn't increase the number of processes. I use "seven remix xp" and no problems so farcool.gif

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Guest R..pace!

Does that thing eat up memory??

 

Since it's just windows xp in disguise the paging file usage is similar to the unmodified form of xp.

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