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Windows 7: Mac OS X Leopard theme on Windows 7 Ultimate x64

22 Feb 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1
Mac OS X Leopard theme on Windows 7 Ultimate x64

Hello guys,

After months of reading and downloading stuff down here (what was absolutely the best) I have this question.
Is there any theme that will work on windows 7 Build 7600 and specific x64 is supported?

Thnx in advance!

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22 Feb 2010   #2

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23 Feb 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

I tried all of those and I'm not very amused with them.
But it goes a long good way already. Modifying them by myself a little bit.
If somebody is interested I can make a sort of transform pack?
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23 Feb 2010   #4

win 7


20 2 2010

Macos X for Windows 7

32 bit version download

64 bit version download


IS not just a theme. With new code added to Windows system files , made by me, Windows becomes behaving like Mac OS X .

When foristance we select a folder as 'icon', we have separate mouse over image for the folder and other image for the text.

When we select a folder as 'details' we can have stripes, and mouse over images like mac os X , blue hover and white text .

Only for the code analysis and adding code parameters i spent about 1 year, started with windows 7 beta (January 2009), then rc1 and finally RTM(February 2010). I have imported some of my mac themes i have made on past for vista to Windows 7.
(on vista i spent more than 3 years for the final version of my mac style visual styles)

The Macos X for Windows 7 Visual Styles/themes, system files , are Copyright By : ZEUSosX (Pavlos Pitselas).

You Use This Visual Styles/themes and system files, For Personal Use Only & Don't Modify or
distribute For Commercial Perposes & you cannot use them for their distribution, neither to give credit for their creation.

By downloading this Visual Styles/themes, and system files you agree to the following conditions:

- This Visual Styles/themes,and system files are free for personal use only.
- It must not be used commercially.
- You can distribute it for free as long as the files are unmodified .
- You may not sell them or use them for profit.
- Do not take credit for creating this Visual Styles/themes and system files.
- I am not liable for any sort of damage to your computer from using this Visual Styles/themes or system files.

All features referenced in my work are subject to change.

Made in H E L L A S (= Greece ).

Inspired by Zeus.

off the topic.
i am 46 years old, and very tired for a single person that i made, so propably this is my last work.
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23 Feb 2010   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate x86 SV-SE

Damn, that's pretty nice. I'm impressed, it's by far the best OSX theme for Windows 7 out at the moment. Will use this when I'm in the mood for some OSX style.
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23 Feb 2010   #6

Windows 7 Ultimate Signature Edition

i wonder if many mac owners use windows 7 themes....
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24 Feb 2010   #7

Windows 7 Ultimate X64 SP1

idas, I saw that one to, and I was a bit septic about all the installing files etc...
Finally I made the plunge, and I can say, it works and looks beautiful!!!

I wonder if somebody can make some sort of MAC OS X Transformation Pack for Win7 ...?
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24 Feb 2010   #8

win 7

my opinion, perchaps is not right, but i will tell. i tried to give a mac os x behaviour and looking style with the less system files i could [in functionality and looking] change.[i included mac icons, visual styles etc]
the reason is that in any windows 7 sp1 update it is easier to replace and remake 4 system files than 40 for example.

(ALSO i have given some solutions in which no system files replacement needed as ''...Making the looking of the right side of windows 7 taskbar as possible as mac os x right side of taskbar.also included : Adding your country's flag to your windows taskbar....'' )

off topic
my work is not just a 'theme'. is something Different than you have ever seen. it was exteme difficult what i did. my explorer crashed hundred thousand times before finding at last the mac style condition/new added parameters/new code lines i made, working with stability.
so no time left me for improove more the visual styles or the system files[exept if i should upload them after 2 years as i did for vista] . i am 46 years old and that took me a lot of energy , so i am extreme tired and i feel that was my last work.
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02 May 2010   #9

win 7

APPOLON visual styles/ THEMES for windows 7.

APPOLON THEMES are mac osx style themes for windows 7.

These visual styles have made to be worked with my system files [dll] i have made and exist in my Macos X for Windows 7.
so for having mac os x behaviour to your system [like to have stripes blu and white , icons etc] you have to download also my system files from Macos X for Windows 7 themes.

so if you have a Windows 7 32 bit system download my:
Macos X for Windows 7 - 32bit Macos X for Windows 7 - 32bit by *ZEUSosX on deviantART
if you have a Windows 7 64 bit system download my:
Macos X for Windows 7 - 64bit Macos X for Windows 7 - 64bit by *ZEUSosX on deviantART and follow also very carefully the instructions of them , but use the wallpapers and Themes and visual styles from this APPOLON visual styles/ THEMES pack.

The new APPOLON visual styles/ THEMES, have 24 pixel height taskbar.

That means that everytime you log in to your system, taskbar not becomes bigger[like happened to 22pixels smaller in original osx style dimentions, themes i made on past]

Also i have added a folder with special made folders [like my pictures, recycle bin, control panel, All tasks etc] that can be pin to taskbar !
also there are foldrers invisible which can give free space in taskbar and also other folders which are looking like vertical separators,[see in screenshot] so for using the big size taskbar at the bottom of desktop as a dock replacement, as many of u ask me those 2 things.
[24 pixel small taskbar at top of desktop + big size dock style when we set it at the bottom of desktop]

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 Mac OS X Leopard theme on Windows 7 Ultimate x64

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