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Vista Transformation Pack 9.01

Posted on Wednesday, November 19 2008 @ 12:59:48 CET by

Vista Transformation Pack is a software utility that transforms Windows XP's appearance to resemble that of Microsoft Windows Vista. VTP will transform your entire user interface, including a Vista-themed Boot Screen, Welcome Screen, and Visual Style, as well as new icons, wallpapers, and more.


-Added ViSplore in unsafe applications list (It's first beta version after all)
-Added restrcting applications don't meet the requirements from startup list (But not from installation so you can set it manually still)
-Added restrcting to set unsafe applications in Personalization page (Welcome Center only)
-Fixed Windows XP Service Pack 3 compatibilities (Even non-RTM version can apply so make sure you use official build 5512)
-Fixed "Do not show this welcome screen after restart" option bug that always keep program in startup instead
-Updated Vista Rainbar's launcher for constant waiting cursor activity issue
-Updated Vistalize basic desktop theme components to apply font and toolbar in Personalization
-Updated VisualTooltip default configuration to set area space in bottom from 30 to 0
-Updated WinFlip's configuration for higher reliablity and compatibilities with ViStart

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Works on:
Windows XP

Product page: here

Download: Vista Transformation Pack 9.01


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