Here are 7 very nice Android, Ubuntu and Linux Windows 7 themes that can make Windows 7 look like Ubuntu, Android OS or other Linux distributions.
You are looking for a nice Windows 7 wallpaper theme including the latest Mac OS X Lion wallpapers? Go ahead and download this free Windows 7 themepack below.
Windows 98 is pretty oldschool now. If you want to bring back some old memories, give this Windows 98 wallpaper theme a try that will bring you back to the year 1998.
Windows 95 was one of the first big steps for the entire computer industry. If you want some classic Windows 95 wallpapers for your 2011 Windows 7 desktop, grab the themepack file after the break.
Do you like the Gnome UI? Here’s a Gnome theme for every UNIX/Linux user who likes Gnome more than any other GUI and is also using Windows 7.
Like the colors of Mac OS X? Here’s a stylish and colorful themepack of OS X “Snow Leopard” uploaded by XxXFreakyXxX.
The Android 4G is a cheap alternative to an iPhone. If you like Google’s Android, here’s the Android theme for Windows 7 uploaded by lou-san!
If you want to get a closer look at the Mac transformation pack, here are some screenshots of Windows 7 when the Mac theme is applied.
A lot of people requested a Windows 7 Mac Theme, so here it is! This theme will modify your shell and make it look like a Mac, pretty neat, huh?
You love the Apple and want to get that fancy Apple design on your Windows 7 desktop? If so, here’s another great Apple theme with lots of goodies.
So, how do you make the perfect Windows 7 Mac OS Theme? There are plenty of gadgets and tools that you need for the perfect Mac OS X Theme that will give Windows 7 the ultimate look and feel of a Mac. This tutorial will show you the best way and will get you a Mac Dock, MAC features and a Mac OS Theme for Windows 7!
A Windows 7 Mac Theme! Do you love the interface of a Mac and the usability of Windows 7? Combine both and get the best of both worlds. This incredible Windows 7 Mac Theme makes you believe you are sitting in front of a Mac. The theme completely changes the taskbar, the shell style, buttons, icons and everything else to simulate the GUI of a Mac.