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Android and Mango Skin/Transformation Pack for Windows 7

DeviantART user hameddanger has created two beautiful transformation packs for Windows 7. For those who are not aware, transformation packs are a collection of skins, icons, hacks and mods packaged into a self executing installer that modifies the appearance of the operating system. Transformation packs usually replaces system files to achieve this, so they cannot be switched from one style to another the way it’s possible with Windows 7 themes, without uninstalling the transformation pack. The upside of this is that, the transformation is generally total – everything from mouse cursors, to sound schemes and icons are changed.

The two new transformation packs are Android Skin Pack and Mango Skin Pack, that changes the look and feel of Windows 7 to Google Android and Windows Phone Mango, respectively. Both packs support Windows 7 and Windows 7 SP1 and is available for both 32-bit and 64-bit editions.

Android Skin Pack – Download


Mango Skin Pack – Download


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