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Want to transform the look of Windows XP to make it look like another operating system? Here are six packs that you can install on your computer to achieve this task. Enjoy!

NOTE: With all of these, please ensure you follow the instructions carefully and back up your data first!

Vista Transformation Pack

Vista Transformation Pack

Vista Transformation Pack gives to your Windows XP system the fresh and cool look of Microsoft’s new operating system: Windows Vista. The pack changes most of the system icons, skins and toolbars and also adds new enhancements to your desktop such as a dock bar or a different system tray clock.

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Leopard Mods On XP

Leopard Mods On XP

To all Windows XP users, now you can get Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard mods on your operating system.

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Transform Windows XP To Mac OS X Leopard

Transform Windows XP To Mac OS X Leopard

An Ultimate Mac OS X Leopard Transformation

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Ultimate Linux Transformation Pack for Windows XP

Ultimate Linux Transformation Pack for Windows XP

Get a Linux-like look on your boring XP landscape.

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Fedora Transformation Pack 1.0

Fedora Transformation Pack 1.0

Fedora transformation Pack will transform your Windows user interface to an a great new stlye. You have never seen these icons or wallpaper before everything in this shell pack is new.

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Ubuntu Transformation Pack for Windows XP

Ubuntu Transformation Pack for Windows XP

Make Windows XP look like Linux Ubuntu

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Black Box

As suggested by Ricardo – thanks
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89 thoughts on “6 Transformation Packs for Windows XP (Leopard/Linux)”

  1. mary says:

    there are windows seven transformation packs at this link


    BUT they r not exe. some r but some r not

  2. Glenn says:

    Windows Vista looks clean, but works with some problems (and I’m a Vista users :(

    Mac OS X Leopard looks clean, and works without problems

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  4. Rajesh says:

    Hello Admin, I have Also created tutorial to transform XP into leopard without any customization Software. please Do check a View at : http://www.rajeshpatel.net/transform-windows-xp-into-mac-os-leopard-without-using-customization-pack/

  5. Arif Ali Soomro says:


    I see the your website i like that this website is very normal very insteresting i am from pakistan

  6. frame says:

    But how do I mod my mouse to only utilize a single button!? I’m sick of having to easily right-click with a second button…

  7. DK79462 says:

    Excellent work.Thank u.

  8. TarUn kR MAhATo says:

    ThaNku For SubmiTTing SUCh Transformatons
    I Have DownLoaD Fedora_Thanku VeryMuch
    I am Happy TO see Such a Great Work
    nice LooKS nIce WAllpaper
    It has Gived My Pc A new Style And IT so nice_I love It
    :):)RoCKiNG TrAnSfOrMatIoN

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  11. buck1 says:

    thanks mintywhite

  12. Angie says:

    Thanks for sharing the transformation packs, Rich. I like the Clear Looks for Windows XP.

  13. Mel says:

    I can’t help but wonder how this would affect your memory…my main machine is getting fairly old so I hesitate to have any more programs constantly running – but if these aren’t too bad I might give them a shot..

  14. Mel says:

    Not sure if this is sarcasm or if you really are serious..

  15. Mel says:

    Try Revo uninstaller..

  16. Mel says:

    Lol – although I don’t think I’d ever use them myself, I certainly wouldn’t call them pointless.

  17. Mel says:

    Personally, I don’t even think it looks better…but that is me…

  18. Mel says:

    Linux actually has pretty good driver support now – and there is plenty of open software for word processing and such so it is definitely good for more than just servers. It does have its limitations (most things that aren’t windows do) but I certainly wouldn’t write it off as a one-trick pony.

  19. Mel says:

    If you truly think that they are more secure then you need to do some research. Just because they don’t have the abundance of viruses doesn’t mean that they are more secure – it just means that MANY more people use windows than anything else.

  20. Mel says:

    Because an OS isn’t just all about how it looks..

  21. Mel says:

    But you see – it really isn’t easier! If I were to switch OS I would have to sacrifice a lot of software and back up all my data and then try to make it all play nice with the new OS. If I install one of these that is all I need to do. Sounds much easier to just stick with the same OS!

  22. Mel says:

    Because windows has no “security features”?? I think they work harder than anyone to make their OS secure.

  23. Premkanth Tc says:

    Thanks for sharing the transformation packs

  24. Radithniaz says:

    is very nice…..i Will Try to my windows…..

  25. saket says:

    so good…………….. ;leonardo mods on xp works well on my pc

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  27. RIZE says:

    well i think here is the best transformation pack have a look

  28. Ocan Rsb says:

    this good

  29. Anix300 says:

    My name is Pavel. I live to Russia. My Windows a wery good

  30. Rabindra says:

    very good

  31. Dave Smith Vitaliano says:


  32. Joshniesler says:

    Vista TP is not avalable anymore!!!!

    1. UVAIS says:

      Hello Josh You can download Vista TP from 


  33. Crap says:

    i cant download it

  34. Rajesh Patel says:

    Thats very niche share admin :)

  35. Neo Anderson ( Kamal) says:

    i AM not able to download An Ultimate Mac OS X Leopard Transformation
    Neo Anderson
    ( Kamal )

  36. Jedd07r says:

    please how to install ??
    i dunno ..

  37. LigerZer0 says:


  38. melchor says:

    this are great, but i can’t download the others

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