This skin pack completely transforms Linux into Mac OS X Leopard. Following is a preview of this transformation pack in action: If you want to make Linux OS look-like Mac OS X Leopard, you should definitely give it a try. 678+ RAINMETER SKINS collections for Windows 10/8/7. Download and apply free Rainmeter skins or themes. Customize you desktop and make it personal looks. The application works in all major operating systems: Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. All the data, skins, languages and scripts are the same in all platforms so you can easily migrate between them. Shared & 3rd Party Calendars. With Rainlendar Pro you can subscribe to online calendars and share your events with other computers. You can also see. Menu templates for mac.
macOS Transformation Pack will give you all new macOS user experience such as theme, wallpapers, system resources, and new OS X features combined altogether in single package working on Windows platform since Windows XP to up to Windows 10. In this package, you’ll have the best user experience greatly resembles real macOS from Windows side.
– Seamless installation and uninstallation giving users safe transformation
– Easily configurable in single click with intelligence Metro UI design
– Designed for all editions of Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 including Server Editions
– Genuine macOS system resources
– Smart system files updating with auto-repair and Windows Update friendly
– UxStyle memory patching
– macOS themes, wallpapers, user pictures and logon screen
– macOS Finderbar emulation as the most authentic port with real Finderbar functions
– OS X Dock emulation with pre-configured docklets optimized for stability/performance
– macOS Frame UI including Aero/Mac features for XP and non-Aero system
– Dashboard and Spaces with shortcut keys configured
– Launchpad access from desktop corner and Dock configured
UxStyle memory patching: http://www.uxstyle.com
Mac Lion 3.0 for Windows XP: http://HeyItPaul.deviantart.com
Aqua SL for Windows Vista: http://Lukeedee.deviantart.com
OS X Yosemite Theme for Windows 7: http://cu88.deviantart.com
OS X Yosemite Theme for Windows 8/8.1: http://cu88.deviantart.com
OS X Yosemite Theme for Windows 10: http://cu88.deviantart.com
Mac Os El Capitan Cursor Pack for Windows: http://arnoldantonio.deviantart.com
Flurry screensaver: http://www.maddogsw.com/flurry
Windows 7 system files resources base: http://sagorpirbd.deviantart.com
Windows XP/Vista system files resources base: http://asilaydyingdl.deviantart.com
iOS 7 icons: http://iynque.deviantart.com
Yosemite icons: http://cjchristianjoel.deviantart.com
Y’z Shadow: http://yzapps.blog24.fc2.com
-Added new High Sierra and Mojave wallpapers
-Changed Windows 10 theme to use default Aero theme for compatibility reason
-Updated Resource Hacker to version 5.1.7
-Added El Capitan desktop icons in theme files
-Added more Sierra wallpaper
-Added multiple versions of Windows 10 theme installation support (TH/TH2/AE)
-Added Windows 10 Anniversary Edition v1607 support
-Changed product name to macOS Transformation Pack
-Disabled font rendering engine on Windows 10 Anniversary Edition to (bug on major controls)
-Fixed installation bugs with permission on other cases
-Removed changing Windows 10’s logon screen for now to avoid corrupting logon system on Windows 10 v1607
-Removed some old Helvetica Neue fonts to fix thin font rendering
-Removed Windows 10 v1511 theme installation workaround (still add permissions for manual hack)
-Updated Windows 10 v1607 themes by cu88 from free releases (You can buy full version with more themes)
-Added Sierra wallpaper
-Fixed installation bugs on non-English OS (Proper)
-Added Windows 10 logon screen modification
-Improved theme patching reliability in Windows 10
-Improved ViFind’s startup reliability
-Updated cursors with Mac Os El Capitan Cursor Pack for Windows by arnoldantonio
-Updated FinderBar skin
-Adjusted transparency and border strength
-Reduced shadow strength
-Updated RocketDock skin
-Adjusted background transparency and white level
-Adjusted separator strength
-Added checksum correction after modifying system files
-Added disabling Spaces feature (VirtuaWin) on Windows 10
-Added ViFind, the perfect FinderBar emulation software developed by Windows X & Lee Matthew Chantrey
-Fixed losing pnidui.dll backup file on Windows 8/8.1/10
-Fixed Windows 10 November Update incompatibilities
-Fixed system files modification that may modify x86 program files instead of x64 ones.
-Fixed system files version detection bug on Windows 10
-Improved font rendering on Dock
-Included uxworker.exe file into uninstaller software in case of deletion by antivirus
-Updated cursors with Mac Os X El Capitan Cursor Pack For Win by spysees
-Updated OldNewExplorer configuration for Windows 10 compatibility
-Updated Windows 10 visual style with Yosemite Theme For Windows 10 November Update by cu88
-Added battery/network tray icon on Windows 8/8.1/10
-Added El Capitan wallpaper from new OS X El Capitan 10.11
-Added OS X font rendering engine (gdipp)
-Added UltraUXThemePatcher auto-removal during installation
-Changed Dock’s font color to black
-Changed theme engine back to UxStyle with installer fixes
-Fixed bug that cause blank navigation pane on x86 software (If you already having this issue, you need to apply our blank navigation pane fixer before installing)
-Fixed permission problems to make changes in bundled features
-Fixed replacing system files bugs on x64 system
-Fixed system files version comparing bug with Windows 10
-Fixed taskbar configuration not working in Windows 10
-Fixed theme applying bug in Windows 10
-Fixed Windows version detection bug with Windows 10
-Fixed x64 system files modification failure on Windows XP x64 platform
-Improved x64 system files modification using single method with better compatibility
-Removed Helvetica Neue Medium/Light/UltraLight type fonts to fix font render glitches on some apps
-Updated OldNewExplorer to version v1.1.7
-Updated Resource Hacker software to version 4.2.5
-Updated UXStyle engine to most recent version
-Updated Windows 10 visual style with Yosemite Theme For Windows 10 RTM by cu88
CHIP – “The “Mac OS X El Capitan Transformation Pack” grabs Windows in a new garment.”
DownloadTyphoon – “OS X Mavericks Transformation Pack will give you all new OS X Mavericks user experiences combined with iOS 7 graphics such as theme, wallpapers, system resources, and new OS X features combined altogether in single package working on Windows platform since Windows XP to up to Windows 8.”
Download macOS Transformation Pack 5.0 at ThemeMyPC.net
If you’re looking for a Mac theme for Linux, look no further.
GNOME-OSX II is (as you might have already guessed) a Mac GTK theme for Linux desktops — and it’s a pretty pretty adaptation.
‘This theme is a ‘gnome-desktop-interpretation of Mac OS X”
Yup, this is not an out-and-out copy of the standard UI in macOS. The theme describes itself as “a gnome-desktop-interpretation of Mac OS X”, with the theme designer saying they’ve “tried to implement the feel of OS X on the gnome-applications.”
This means the theme it’s not trying to be a pixel-perfect clone of the macOS theme — and there are plenty of GTK themes that try to do that out there — but instead adapts the core design of Cupertino’s desktop OS in a way that makes sense (and looks best) on the GNOME desktop.
The GNOME-OSX II theme works with most modern GNOME-based desktops, including GNOME Shell, GNOME Flashback, and Budgie. But the theme does not work with the Unity desktop.
Aside from evoking the form and function of macOS there are some novel touches too, such as the use of a blurred sidebar in the Nautilus file manager, and consistent theming across GTK2 and GTK3 apps.
A compataible GNOME Shell theme is also available to download for those wanting even more mac-inspired bling for their desktops.
Debate about the merits (or otherwise) of theming a Linux desktop to look like another operating system arises every time a theme like this is presented.
The terse answer is, if you can’t understand the appeal, sense or logic in doing it: don’t.
Whether you have Apple envy or simply admire and appreciate the design aesthetic of a macOS, there’s no shame if you decide to make Ubuntu look like Mac. The whole point of using Linux is (after all) that you can do things like this — you certainly can’t make Mac OS X look like Ubuntu!
The GNOME OS X II theme requires GNOME 3.20 or later. To use it on Ubuntu you need to be running Ubuntu 16.10 or above.
Once the download is complete you need to extract the tarball to your
Finally, to switch theme on you need to use the GNOME Tweak Tool, which is available to install from Ubuntu Software.
For a more faithful mac-ification try the La Capitaine Mac icon theme for Linux, also available as a free download from GNOME-Look.