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Kelvin

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Are there any programs that enable this in Windows XP? Just asking. Thank you.

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actual window manager... crystalXP themes...

there are many
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Well, in your opinion, which is the best?
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well I use Actual Window manager, but not for the transparency. I also used crystalXP for a while but its for bling bling which I dont care much for.

Try em both, and judge for yourself. FYI Actual Tools isnt free, but crystalXP is.
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Oh. Ok then. Thanks for the tip.

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Im using crystal xp with the rocket dock which looks a bit like a mac an its pretty cool.

DC :)
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Oh. That's nice. I'll try it out. xD

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Meh, I'm not big on apple.. after all, their OS is only a closed-source and modified version of BSD to begin with (mind you, hats off to them for running something UNIX based)
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