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make your pc looks like a mac


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k..am not sure where to write this new post, and not sure either if there's an exisiting post coz i couldnt find it.
There's this site where you can download application which will make your pc looks like a mac.
here's the link

http://www.osx-e.com/
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The best way to turn your pc to become a mac.
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that was a good one. =)
but i do have a pc, and i like the feeling of it being a mac.
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That is the best mac osx windows conversion I have seen.
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I've actually tried this awhile ago.....Its explained pretty good!!

http://www.engadget.com/entry/8828351836181248/
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Check out "flyakite"

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Check out "flyakite"

I just installed that on my HP for kicks..... It was almost sureal to see the grey Apple startup logo come up. Flyakite seems to be the best one I have seen so far.

"If you had a friend who was a tightrope walker, and you were walking down a sidewalk, and he fell, that would be completely unacceptable." -Mitch Hedberg
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Flyakite screwed up my pc some how. I never looked too far into it. That is a good find chouk.
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I had flyakite for a while, it was pretty sweet.
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if you want to modify window's look, get Stlye XP. Theres no point going all out in a desperate attempt to turn it into a mac, because even if you do, its not a mac.

Anyways, Style XP doesn't stick to one theme (osx) anway. They have all kinds of themes that can make your pc look uber kewl.
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Listen, i've spent the last few months on my pc that was all dressed up to look like a mac. A week ago i decided to buy a real mac and today i removed all of the skins and apps on my pc. If you want a mac just buy one...don't pretend you have one. Besides, even a mac like pc still works like a pc.
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lol same here.
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