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Using this program to transform my XP to Look Like a Vista

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I found this program, since I cant afford Vista yet, and want my XP too look just like Windows Vista

Heres the Link to it


Now Im not installing or anything yet, because I want to make sure incase something goes wrong I can restore the computer.

Whats your opinion on it? and How can I create a restore point incase it does mess the computer up?

Thanks guys
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Hey there Charliee03, this Vista transformation Pack looks safe to download.

Although I must warn that when you have installed the transformation pack and want to remove it, this can have a few negative effects. Not huge effects making you not able to use the PC, but things like icons will be lost and a downgrade of system performance. I had already experienced this problem when using an older version of transformation pack, but maybe this upgrade will not give you any troubles...

This is a great way to start getting use to Vista, so enjoy and also remember to read all the prompts while installing the transform pack.

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Set a restore point before downloading and installing the program.....that way, you'll have something to fall back on.
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  • Go to Start » All Programs » Accessories » System Tools, and
    select System Restore
  • In the System Restore prompt, select: Create a restore point
  • Click Next
  • Give a description to the new Restore Point. (Something like:
    Clean PC)
  • Click Create
  • Then close the window

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