To most end users, Vista looks nothing more than a few visual improvements. In fairness, you could say the same thing about Leopard. People are always more interested in how the new operating system will look and feel, as well as any increase in system performance, over and above the technical improvements deep in the new system. However, the biggest issue facing Vista users is that these technical issues require most of your software to be upgraded. This can end up causing you additional money, over and above the upgrade to Vista.
Vista Transformation Pack 8.01 is a suite of tools, add-ons, extensions and hacks to turn your WIndows XP in to Vista, from a visual perspective. You don't get the new security and other improvements in Vista, but you'll see a version of the Sidebar, improved Start Menu and even an Aero-esque theme.
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