How to make Windows 7 or 8 look like windows 10

Hello, this time I have a real PC Tweak for you. So we will be showing you how to Customize or Transform your old, outdated, boring looking windows 7 Desktop/Laptop or your slightly outdated windows 8/8.1 desktop to Look like Windows 10.

This tweak is a kind of upgrade to windows 10 without actually upgrading to windows 10. First of all, let me tell you what should be your PC requirements for this tweak and if you find anything difficult or you get stuck somewhere feel free to ask me in the comments down below.

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It is going to be very easy to install and let’s get it started.

Minimum System Requirements

  • Minimum of 2 GB of RAM.
  • At least, Pentium Dual Core Processor.
  • and yes, Windows 7 or Windows 8/8.1 OS.

So Lets start with the real Tweak

How to make Windows 7 or 8 look like windows 10

Step 1. Go to your C drive and Backup your Data to be on the safer side. (even though you will not loose your data).

Step 2. Then Download the Windows Transformation Pack by visiting the link here.

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Step 3. After Downloading, extract the file to a folder using a tool like Winzip or 7-zip.

Step 4. Run the file named ‘Windows 10 UX Pack 2.0‘

Step 5. Once the setup starts, Click Next, agree to the terms and Conditions, Click Next and Booom!! your are done.

Step 6. Then it will reboot your Desktop/Laptop and the windows 10 skin will be applied.

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Conclusion

This is a Tutorial to make your Windows 7 or 8 look like windows 10. This also works with windows 8 and 8.1. This only applies the skin to your PC and makes it ‘Look Like’ windows 10.

Note: this is not the Update tutorial. if you find any difficulty in performing this Tweak feel free to comment your queries down below. Cheers!!

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