Windows 7 MAC features with maComfort!

Some like MAC, some like Windows 7, but why not get the best of both worlds and add MAC features to Windows 7! A handy tool called maComfort is the ultimate tool to get all of the (admittedly decent) MAC OS X features in Windows 7 too!

Windows 7 MAC features: maComfort

Although I don’t own a MAC, I have worked with a MAC frequently enough to know the following problems:

You select a file and hit ‘space’ but nothing happens. You press the ‘alt’ or ‘windows’ key instead of ‘ctrl’. Ever hit ‘windows’-C instead of ‘ctrl’-C?

maComfort gives you literally the comfort of a MAC, because it will add all the MAC shortcuts to Windows 7. It will also add active corners to assign special functions to each corner and you can preview files just as if you were using a MAC. Virtual desktops is another great MAC-only feature that I would like to see in Windows 8.

MAC Features Overview

Windows 7 MAC features
Windows 7 MAC features

Download maComfort

So, you finally want to enjoy the comfort of your MAC in Windows 7, download maComfort here.

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11 Responses to Windows 7 MAC features with maComfort!

  1. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    qrseed said:

    “Virtual desktops is another great MAC-only feature…”

    What about the virtual desktops used in Linux for ages? If you’d like to write something in some matter, learn about it first dude…

  2. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    sOliver said:

    I wasn’t aware of Linux virtual desktop features, thanks for pointing that out. More important thou is that Windows 7 does not support virtual desktops without 3rd-party software.

  3. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    KsbjA said:

    Awesome app, I will use this in case I’m going to use a Windows computer ever again (no sarcasm intended). But please, NEVER call a Mac a “MAC”. Mac isn’t an acronym, unlike PC.

  4. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    brky said:

    Very good application

  5. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Ashwin said:

    i love the mac theme awesome features.

  6. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Alexander R. said:

    It’s not all that great…

  7. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    mehrab said:

    Very good application

  8. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    AR said:


    Dude Mac IS an acronym for Macintosh!

  9. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    erba said:


    Mac is an ABBREVIATION of Macintosh.

    PC is an ACRONYM for Personal Computer.

  10. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    dewa yogi said:

    how to install it? :( how to use php file.. please help

  11. Orange Community Approved Comment:
    Wendi said:

    You are right erba!

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