How to make Windows look like Mac OSX

How to make Windows look like Mac OSX (with Images)

What is it:

If you are someone crazy about Macbook and using a Windows OS then this post is for you.

By following the step by step instructions in this post you will be able to make your Windows look like Mac OSX Lion Inspirat (works fine with all versions of windows 7 however windows XP and Vista has come compatibility issues and may require proper service packs, hence recommended for 7); remember just the appearance gets changed and your OS will still be windows.

windows look like mac

Why is it important:

  • All the icons including My Computer,Control Panel, Folders, Music etc. gets changed to look like mac.
  • You can easily personalise the folders by changing ColorFolder Skin.
  • Minimize, Restore and Close buttons gets changed to mac like Green, Yellow and Red buttons
  • You can start using Rocket Dock menu.
  • Windows welcome message changes to MAC OSX Welcome and while Shutting down it will display MAC OSX Shutting down.. 😛
  • Cursors,Sounds/Notifications,Visual Style,Backgrounds etc. etc also gets changed to look like mac.

Above mentioned are few highlights of the pack and there are lot many features which you can enjoy once you install it.

windows look like mac

How to make Windows look like Mac OSX :

You can make these changes by installing a complete pack (ie.CustoPack), for that you need to download two files from the internet which are free download .

asKeygeek members/subscribers can download both files from the below link. Others can download it directly from the internet.




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Step 1:Download the mac_os_x_lion_inspirat_dp3_by_david_pieron-d3fbx0w zip file from the internet.

Step 2:Extract the folders from the zip file and from the -SETUP- folder double click to install the ‘Mac OSX Lion Inspirat (Transformation Pack)’ setup file (.exe file)

windows look like mac

Step 3:Download the ‘CustoPacks-1.0.0.40’ (or later version) from the internet and double click to install it.

windows look like mac

Step 4: After installing both the files open the CustoPack Tools icon from the desktop.

windows look like mac

Step 5: From the CustoPack Tools window either you can choose the inbuilt Mac theme or you can create your own theme and also you can manage the settings here.

CustoPack Tools_windows look like mac

Step 6: Select Choose a CustoPack and go for Classic installation or higher. And when prompted restart your computer to complete the installation process.

Thats it!! now your windows should look like MacOSX 🙂



About Anson

I’m Anson, having versatile experience in Business Process Outsourcing, Finance & Accounting, Information Technology, Operational Excellence & Business Intelligence. I'm currently working in a MNC in Bangalore, India. Learning anything new has always been my passions and if its related to Business and Technology then, I love it. This website/blog is an outcome of my passion towards it and I have been blogging since 2012. Outside business and technology I’m a movie freak who spends hours together watching and learning Cinema.

7 Comments

  1. Very good article… i will do it today for my windows…!!! Thanks.. 🙂

    • That sounds great! do it and let me know your experience..don’t hesitate to ask if you find any difficulties while installing it. 🙂

      Thanks,
      Anson

  2. Sounds interesting,,i tried downloading it,,but it takes me to another page where i need to sign up and pay,,,is it a paid service?

    • No! its not a paid service for asKeygeek members.
      asKeygeek members can download the files for FREE. I have sent you the free download link to your email id (u****v@gmail.com) registered with us.

      Thanks,
      Anson 🙂

  3. Heya i’m for the first time here. I came across this board and I find It really useful & it helped me out a lot. I hope to give something back and aid others like you aided me.

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