If you wish to continue taking advantage of XP’s proven stability and its widespread accessibility, yet you don’t want to miss out the Vista feel, WVTP is your free ticket to enjoy the best of both Windows. If, on the other hand, you are very much keen on adopting Vista but you need time to adapt to it, WVTP acts like a trial so you can get used to the Vista way. A ‘Vista-ized’ version of your dependable XP would be characterized by futuristic looking:
* Boot screen
* Welcome Screen / Logon Screen
* Desktop and file icons
* Toolbar icons
* Progress Dialogs
* Sounds scheme
* System Tray icons
* Windows Media Player Skins
It is only natural to get addicted to your current user interfaces and icons. Changes do take time to seep in. You may initially feel at a loss when WVTP rearranges your Windows system files and the display of your icons. Moreover, you should bear in mind that WVTP does not change the core functionality of your Windows but merely the visual aspect of it. If you anticipate drastic changes (positive changes, of course) or a boost in performance, you will be disappointed. WVTP barely goes beyond the looks.
WVTP does give you a detailed warning at the time of installation. You can even see it changing the XP components, so you can always choose to quit installation and the process will be reversed. Ideally, you should create a system restore point before installing WVTP, even though such packs are usually harmless. All in all, taking the trouble of downloading and installing the free Windows Vista Transformation Pack is worth the Vista experience.
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