Window 8 Transformation Pack
Till now users are satisfying their appetite for the newest and much awaited OS from Microsoft, that is Windows 8, with just the rumors and speculations regarding this very new artifact that have been diffusing in the market since quite some time now. Every now and then there is a report of leaks related to this awaited signature OS, some of them being evaluated as true, and the others proven false. Nevertheless, we now have a diminutive knowledge of the new Windows operating system, and the various new features that are going to be introduced as its components.
Based on these observations and certain speculations, Windows 8 transformation packs are already available online for download. These come in different compatibility forms for Windows 7 and Windows XP.
The transformation pack comes with the various rumored and speculated features that are supposed to be present in the original and final release of Windows 8. Some of the noticeable ones include:
- Taskbar UserTile
- Aero Lite
- Windows 8 Aero Theme
- Aura Beta 2
Most of the transformation visuals are extracted from the early build leak of Windows 8, which is also the primary source of all hearsay regarding the product.
The transformation pack features a whole new user interface with a bold “Aero” look, which is a significant improvement over the Windows 7 style interface. Nevertheless the interface still reminds the user of the Windows 7 and Windows XP experience. Microsoft has put in some effort in differentiating this new signature OS by adding certain features that make their maiden appearance in the final release of the OS. A slight hint of the same is provided in the transformation pack by introducing several enhancements like Explorer, login screen, redesigned task bar, new boot screen and lots more.
In the visual domain, the transformation pack introduces you to a customized Logon Screen, HD Wallpapers featuring windows 8, new themes; ViGlance updated button skin, Watermark, Tclock Lite, desktop widgets and a System Tray icon. A newer release also gave the user to access user tiles. The latest Windows OS would possess a glossy look with almost the same GUI elements as its predecessor Windows 7.
Thanks to the efforts of the compiler of the transformation pack, DeviantArt, we are able to experience the various features and speculations regarding this very new and unique OS much before its release. Another good thing related with the pack is that it can be constantly updated, as new news and hearsay regarding Windows 8 hit the market, which happens very regularly. So, your OS would never lag behind in terms of any developments relating to the final release of Windows 8, which is expected to be announced in late February next year. The tools give a great way to simulate the Windows 8 experience on your PC, or it can just be a medium of face-lifting your existing OS to get over the monotonous feel.
Windows 8 Transformation Pack Features:
- Seamless installation and uninstallation giving users safe transformation
- Easily configurable in single click with intelligence Metro UI design
- Designed for all editions of Windows XP/Vista/7 including Server Editions
- Genuine Windows 8 system resources with Metro touches
- Smart system files updating with auto-repair and Windows Update friendly
- Fresh start for Vista/Seven Transformation Pack users with updated Windows 8 themes and resources
- UxStyle memory patching
- Windows 8 themes, wallpaper and logon screen
- UserTile with current user auto-configured on login
- Windows 8 Metro UI desktop emulation with pre-configured gadgets
- Aero’s auto-colorization feature
And if you are in favor of transforming your Windows 7 into something like what you see above (screenshot),