Transforming Windows look into Mac OS is one of the most favorite tasks of all customization lovers. I know many people who love to convert each and everything in their Windows OS to look-like Mac OS whether its Windows theme, icons, boot screen, eye candy effects or wallpapers.
We have shared a few Mac OS transformation packs in past to make Windows OS look-like Mac OS, you can find them in our Themes and Wallpapers section. These transformation packs automatically modify system files to change Windows UI and to make it look-like Mac OS.
But there are many people who don't prefer these 3rd party transformation packs. They want to change thing manually rather than depending upon skin packs. That's why we have shared a Mac theme for Windows 7 in past which can be downloaded using this link.
Now its turn of Login Screen. Recently we shared a Mac OS X "Mountain Lion" look-like login screen for Windows XP:
Many people liked it and requested a similar login screen for Windows 7. Today in this topic, we are going to share Mac OS X "Mountain Lion" look-like login screen for Windows 7 users.
This login screen has also been created by the same person "PeterRollar". It can be used in both 32-bit (x86) and 64-bit (x64) versions of Windows 7.
Interested people can download it using following link:
After downloading extract the file using 7-Zip and you'll get a folder containing 2 DLL files and 2 BMP files. "authui.dll" file is the main file which will provide Mac OS X login screen in Windows 7. The other DLL FIle "basebrd.dll" is optional. It'll replace Windows 7 branding logo which is displayed in bottom-center of login screen.
You'll need to replace existing DLL files in your Windows 7 with these new DLL files. To learn how to replace and use new DLL files and the other BMP files, check out instructions given in following topic:
The same instructions will also work for this new Mac OS X login screen. After replacing DLL files and restarting your computer, you'll be able to enjoy new Mac OS X login screen in Windows 7.
Do you also like Mac OS look? Do you also prefer changing Windows UI into Mac UI? Feel free to share your opinion in your comment...
Posted in: Windows 7
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