Sunday, October 9, 2011

Windows 8 theme for xp/vista/windows7

If you’re using Windows 7 and if you’d like to get a taste of Windows 8′s interface and features, some third party programs can let you make Windows 7 look like Windows 8. These enhancements are definitely not top-notch, but they can still prove to be nifty nonetheless.

Let’s take a look at some free software that help you make Windows 7 look like Windows 8.


Get Windows 8-like Taskbar User Tile in Windows 7

Windows 8 comes with an enhanced taskbar that shows the current user’s picture near the notification area of the taskbar. Clicking on it, one can quickly access options to modify user account settings.
Taskbar User Tile is a neat little program that puts your user picture in the Windows 7 taskbar, just like it appears in Windows 8. The tile is displayed between the date/time area and the show desktop icon in the taskbar’s bottom right. In case you find the display of  the user tile buggy or just want to turn it off, just right click on the picture and choose ‘Close’ to make the tile disappear.

Add Windows 8 like Metro UI startscreen in Windows 7

Windows 8’s Metro UI is getting a lot of buzz and if you’re a fan, you can get the same in Windows 7 using Omnimo. It’s a Rainmeter skin that brings the Metro style widgets to Windows 7.
Download Rainmeter from here and then unpack the Omnimo skin. There are a couple of free Metro UI enhancements for Windows 7 but none of them match the level of professionalism and customization offered by Omnimo.


so if u have any questions  feel free to ask.





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