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Snow Transformation Pack makes Windows 7 look like a Mac

With the new Snow Transformation Pack, Windows Vista and 7 users can make their operating system resemble a Macintosh without losing out on any of the functionality Windows Vista and 7 has to offer.

This freeware automatically replaces the necessary system files and installs Snow Leopard icons, wallpapers, screensavers, sounds and changes the login screens, shutdown dialog box, and other GUI elements to make Windows 7 looks like a Mac. After installation, restart the computer and you will greeted by a Mac welcome screen and whole new look.

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The Snow Transformation Pack also packs a couple of extra goodies like RK Launcher for the Mac dock, UberIcon for icon animation, VirtuaWin for multiple desktop, and others.

Other Transformation Packs you might be interested in:
Windows 7 Transformation Pack for Ubuntu
Windows 7 Transformation Pack for Windows XP
Seven Remix XP
Fedora Transformation Pack

Comments

  1. @sunshinekhan, I'm not sure. You will have to ask the creators.

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  2. and if i want my win 7 theme back? uninstalling this pack will do??

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  3. and if i want my win 7 theme back? uninstalling this pack will do??

    Yes.

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  4. "and if i want my win 7 theme back? uninstalling this pack will do??

    Yes."

    are you sure? cuz i've just read that it replaces some files does that means it erases them? how a simple uninstall would replace these files with the original that I'm using right now on win 7

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  5. The transformation pack comes with an uninstaller, which means it does keep a backup of the files it replaces. Uninstalling it will restore the original files.

    Again, if you have doubts or specific questions about the software I think the people who wrote the software will be in a better position to answer them.

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  6. I cant find the uninstaller anywhere. Heck I cant find the actual program or folder for it anywhere. How the he** do I uninstall this thing.

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  7. To uninstall or repair or change,type in search box snow etc and the STP welcome centre is what you need.On win7 can not get Ubericon to function?

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  8. hey someone found the uninstaller? does it work? ubericon is for win xp right? i dont think its compatible with win 7 64bits

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  9. morrig said...
    To uninstall or repair or change,type in search box snow etc and the STP welcome centre is what you need.On win7 can not get Ubericon to function?

    August 21, 2010 6:24 PM


    I've been trying to uninstall this program for awhile and it keeps telling me I don't have access. Can anyone help me?

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  10. @Angel: Do you have administrator privilege for your account? Verify if your account is administrator or limited-user from the control panel>User account.

    Again, I recommend contacting the software author for your specific questions.

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