17 November 2008
VistaMizer 188.8.131.52 - XP to Vista Transformation Pack
VistaMizer modifies your system files, so that when you reboot after installing VistaMizer, you won't even remember how your old desktop looked like.
With VistaMizer you are now able to transform your Windows XP, MCE or Server 2003 by giving it the look of Windows Vista. Therefore over 380 files with new Icons, pictures as well as videos are modified.
This means that VistaMizer does not provide own files and change your system files. That has the advantage that VistaMizer works with each language and no changes of the language specifics are made.
· Vista-Look for Windows XP, MCE or Server 2003
· Modification of the own system files
· completely free choice for the modification files
· check the files for compatibility during the installation
· backup from the original system files
· re-modification of the system files after Windows Updates
· rebuilding of the original system files with un-installation
What's New in This Release:
+ Error in viewing the System Properties resolved
+ Mistake with the conversion of fixed views - is it a bug or is it a feature ;-)
+ Error with the presentation of their own skins for True Transparency resolved
+ Representation of the theme in the writings improved
+ Problem with the takeover of the sounds, wallpaper, etc. now finally resolved
+ Theme revised, now can be selected if the Explorer Bar as with Vista or XP bottom left is displayed
+ Logon revised, and now may have different words for display, default, without lettering
+ Full review of the extraction of icons Bmps, etc.
And problems and errors in the other user accounts resolved
+ Full takeover and the return of all icons for all user accounts after installing and uninstalling
+ Incorrect animation in the fixed shell32
+ Compatibility with other software (such as iTunes) improved
+ Updating of additional applications to the current version
+ Another theme for True Transparency of filipefmle added and expanded exclude.dat
And further improve small details