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12 Totally New and Modern Windows XP Themes

Windows_XP_FlagI know most of you have long left Windows XP, but the OS is far from dead. As of last month, Windows XP’s market share is at a healthy 30% and there are still plenty of interest around Windows XP themes. I recently paid a visit to the Windows XP section at DeviantArt, a community of designers and GUI artist where most of the themes arises from, and was pleasantly surprised to find it very active. Several decent themes have been released over the past few months. Here are 12 most attractive new themes that I could find.

8 Skin Pack 6.0-XP


Ambiance2 for XP


GizdomBlack SuperBar


Gnome Dark Style


Google+ VS for WindowsXP


Lion Skin Pack 4.0


Metro Inspirat 2.0


OxygenBlack VS


OxygenXP VS


Ubuntu Skin Pack 5.0




Windows 8 Metro GXP


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  1. I think I still like OddBasket's Media Player Dark theme the best.

  2. The first one is amazing it's turned my xp to vista :) cheers

  3. very nice xD shame that so they want to kill XP


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