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Vista Cube theme?


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Naraly

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I just got a new laptop with windows vista and I've seen the Cube Theme some people have. I would like to know how to get it?? I've tried looking in google,, but I don't know which one would be a legit site,, and are they free? && one last thing, will it make my computer run slow??

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mpascal

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Can't say I've ever seen this cube theme. Where did you see it?
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lol its eeveryywhere! Well on the web, my sister showed it to me a few years ago. When you type it in youtube it has alot of videos of people that have it and it shows what it does. It's nothing really GREAT lol it doesn't really serve as a real purpose, buuut it just looks cool =D all the windows you have open, it makes them into a cube, and its like floating on your screen with whatever background you choose, and you can rotate it anyway you want by sliding the cursor over it, and then just choose a window.
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Haha k, I think I found what you're talking about here. Apparently you can get it at www.windows360.net. Is that the thing you were looking for?

Not really sure if it's legit or not, and I'm sure it will make your computer run a bit slower but probably not significantly.

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