Fedora Transformation Pack transforms the Windows XP theme like Fedora GUI interfaces. Basically it is an installation program or utility, when installed on the top of Windows XP, overrides the existing Windows XP’s components (icons, screen savers, wallpapers) with Fedora 8 components.
Fedora Transformation Pack
Here is the list of changes that will happen after applying this Fedora Transformation Pack:
- Log-in Screen
- Skin of MSN messenger
- Boot Screen
- Windows Update icon
- Folder icon
- Network connection icon
- Control Panel icon
- keyboard icon
- Drive icon
- Recycle Bin icon
- Volume control icon
- Amazing Transparent Look ‘n’ feel.
- Totally Virus free as it has 30 antivirus engines.
- Moderate Performance. etc.
How to install Fedora Transformation Pack
To install Fedora Transformation Pack in Windows XP environment, you need to perform the following steps.
- At the very beginning you have to download the Fedora Transformation Pack Software (Size: 11MB) from the sites given under Download Link heading.
- Click on the .exe of the software downloaded followed by clicking Next to continue installation.
- Check the Licence Agreement checkbox and click Next two times to proceed.
- Check all the checkboxes shown in this window and click on Install followed by Next in the very next window.
- Now at last reboot the system to get the changes reflected on the top of Windows XP components.
- After successful rebooting you will get the screen like the image shown below.
How to uninstall Fedora Transformation Pack
To uninstall the Fedora Transformation Pack, you have to navigate to Start, then choose Control Panel, select Switch View, Click on Add/Remove Programs, Scroll down to choose the concerned program to remove the Fedora Transformation Pack.
This transformation pack can be installed in Windows XP and Windows Server 2003.
Caution: It is highly advised that before installing this transformation pack, create a restore point for Windows XP.
Download Fedora Transformation Pack
This transformation pack is a freeware and it can be downloaded at free of cost from the following download link:
This article was last updated on January 5th, 2012 in Windows XP