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| Posted: Sep 8, 2004 1:39 pm

- Longhorn Transformation Pack 7

With Longhorn recently confirmed not to be finished until well into 2006, it'll be quite a while before we get a fresh change to the look and feel of our desktops. Unless of course you opt for a big makeover on your existing XP or 2003 install in the meantime. TechConnect have brought to our attention a new build of the one and only "Longhorn Transformation Pack". Obviously it isn't a true representation of how Longhorn will be in it's ending stages of development but it reflects upon Microsofts current longhorn build, hence the on-going pack updates with this one coming in at #7 folks. The changelog on the latest build can be read here, with a bunch of download links provided for you here.


Another brand new release of the one and only Longhorn Transformation Pack. This small piece of software will transform your Windows XP (and SP2) or Windows Server 2003 into the best looking Longhorn port that is available right now, without any extra software!


WindowsX: If I may say so, I guess this is the second revolution. An almost brand new transforming system that never existed before, this version supports all XP and 2003 clients. This means you can use this software perfectly on every Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 client, doesnt matter if its beta or alpha build. Furthermore, you can rollback your system files to obtain new updates from Windows Update and reinstall it so you don't need to use Batchmod or wait for the author to make new updates.


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