“Windows Experience Pack” Available for Windows XP, Vista and 7
The Windows Experience Blog has announced the availability of "Windows Experience Pack" which has been developed for people with PCs running Windows 7 and/or Windows Live Essentials.
According to official announcement, with the Windows Experience Pack, you are able to create an alter-ego of yourself in a specific destination – a beach, mountain, safari, or city. When you create your alter-ego, you create a fully customized avatar for that destination that becomes a part of a Windows Live Messenger and Windows 7 theme for your PC. You'll also be able to download a .jpg image of your avatar to share, print, or use as your icon on social networks.
For a specific destination you pick, the following Windows Live Messenger elements are created for you to use in Messenger for your alter-ego:
- 1 static Display Picture
- Up to 4 Dynamic Display Pictures
- A Wink
- 7 new Emoticons
- A new Messenger Scene
For Windows 7, you are given the choice between 3 desktop backgrounds for your destination and a screensaver featuring multiple photos from your destination.
The Windows Experience Pack was created and optimized for Windows 7, but it can be downloaded and used on PCs running Windows XP or Windows Vista too (although performance and features may vary).
Posted in: Windows 7
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