Win7 Transformation Pack for Ubuntu

This is Win7 Transformation pack for ubuntu

This Package contains:

GDM theme*
Icons Theme*
GTK Theme
Wallpapers
Sounds
Gnomenu theme*
Panel Backgrounds*
Cursor theme
DockBar

Download  Win7 Transformation Pack for Ubuntu from here

About the sounds, they can't be installed, just you can replace the ubuntu original sounds or configure you preferences souns at

System / Preferences /Sounds or copying at /usr/share/sounds (accessing as root) and save the folder there or replace the original sounds. (because of they have the same name).

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41 thoughts on “Win7 Transformation Pack for Ubuntu

  1. Dear buddies,
    Linux (The Emperor) has his immense power and style but however we always imbibe and adopt wonderful ideas,tricks et al where we lacked in.Once again we proved that everything is possible from here (Linux) and not from otherwise.Finally it’s my vote of appreciation for your (this)nice work.

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  2. I really have nothing to add to what most of the other commentors have already stated, except that I agree. Why in the world would I want to do this?

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  3. I wouldn’t want to do this myself, but I can see how it would be extremely useful to do on a PC being used by someone that’s not very knowledgeable in computers and is already familiar with the Windows interface.

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  4. Thank you for this as it helped my lord it over my cousin who bought windows 7, that I could get the same look only cheaper and with a more stable core!

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  5. Why on Earth would anyone want to do this? Seriously? Ubuntu noobs are scared to be away from big daddy Gates and his evil minions? What a waste of time and energy.

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  6. This seems rather pointless to me. Of course you will end up with something that is better than win7, but deception is not needed at all, it is bad in fact. The more people see Ubuntu, the more traction it will get. If you dress up Ubuntu to look like win7, then less people see Ubuntu.

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  7. i would use this at work where i am not allowed to install ubuntu. im a ubuntu noob. i have been at it for about a year now and this would be great to use ubuntu at work and no one would ever know.

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  8. This demonstrate “Tha Pawa” of Ubuntu – Linux. If you are not convinced try to do the opposite :)

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