People love the idea of having new technology, so when there’s a major release of an operation system, we rush out, install and then realise most of our software won’t install. Apart from a few visual improvements, did you really need to upgrade to the latest OS? There are other options. For instance, you could choose to visually enhance your current operating system and bring it in line with the latest revision. There are plenty of customisation tools that will enable you to get more from your current OS.
VistaMizer 2.2.10 is a customisation tool that ships with a number of functions to enhance Windows XP, and replicate the look of Vista. A useful tool for users that like the functionality of XP, but prefer the look of Vista.
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