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Mac OS X transformation pack for windows 7 64bit (danish)

Discussion in 'General Software' started by gasolin, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. gasolin

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    If i where to install some transformation pack on windows 7 64 bit so it would look like mountain lion, is there an easy way to uninstall it and go back to default windows 7 ui,icons?

    Then i could "try" OS X without having to make my pc into a hackingtosh

    I am using a danish windows 7 64 bit so if it where compatible with windows 7 in danish it would be nice.

    I shortly trid a mac OS X transformation pack on windows 8 when i wanted to try it at a time where i knew that i didn't want windows 8, (playing games like crysis 2,bf 3 and racing games like need for speed and dirt, so i am not gonna make my pc into a hackintosh), had som icon's from windows interfering with the mac OS X icons :( they where on top of each other.
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    You probably could install and uninstall it with no problems.

    However, use system restore, windows backup, and/or a third party backup program before you install it.
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    But according to this link it's not that easy to unintall

    http://www.addictivetips.com/window...7-windows-8-into-mac-os-x-10-8-mountain-lion/

    Note: Please bear in mind that such transformation packs are difficult to uninstall and a system restore point will not revert the changes. Before installing the Mac OS X Mountain Lion Skin Pack, make sure that you backup your computer to revert the changes (if required). Moreover, make sure that UAC (User Account Control) is disabled.
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    Yep, that is the reason why I stated you might wanna make backup.
    Either, windows backup or one that you prefer.
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    It's just that i don't want to reinstall windows again, that a main reason why i ask about uinstalling this mac OS X transformation pack..... is it to difficult to unstall i probably won't install it
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    I did not state a re-install... I stated make a backup!

    Sort of, like taking a snapshot of your hard drive(s)as they are now, before you install OS X software.
    Then, if the install and un-install does not go as planned; you can restore the drive(s) to the exact condition (or point in time) they were before you installed the OS X software.

    Back up your files
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