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  1. #21


    Eau Claire, WI. USA
    Posts : 68
    Windows Dream Edition 32bit




    It's WINDOWS 8!!!!!









    Okay not really.... :P

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  2. #22


    Laytonsville, Maryland, USA
    Posts : 26
    32-bit Vista Business SP2


    EGAD! That may take some getting used to if it really is Windows8. Are all those icons across the bottom to replace desktop icons or is it an expanded Quick Start and Notification Area, or do you have a zillion programs open at the same time?

    I've never seen a Mac in a very long time and I notice the Apple in the upper left corner - is this just a Mac screen? If so, it's yet another reason I prefer Windows (no offense intended if it's your Mac).
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  3. #23


    Eau Claire, WI. USA
    Posts : 68
    Windows Dream Edition 32bit


    Quote Originally Posted by Lorien View Post
    EGAD! That may take some getting used to if it really is Windows8. Are all those icons across the bottom to replace desktop icons or is it an expanded Quick Start and Notification Area, or do you have a zillion programs open at the same time?

    I've never seen a Mac in a very long time and I notice the Apple in the upper left corner - is this just a Mac screen? If so, it's yet another reason I prefer Windows (no offense intended if it's your Mac).
    No, it is actually just Windows 7.
    Here are a couple screens.
    First one gives some clues that it's Windows. "Windows Command Processor," Start Menu, Shrink, minimize, and exit buttons on the right side of the window pane instead of the left.


    Second one verifies that it's Windows 7. The WinMac system logo(as I named it) I made using a fair amount of boredom, and Photoshop.




    The look is compliments of a SnowLeopard for Windows theme that I downloaded, Stardock ObjectDock (with a SnowLeopard theme) and RainMeter (for the embedded desktop apps). The battery gadget, however, I made. Well, partially. It was another battery gadget that I modified.
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  4. #24


    Auckland, New Zealand
    Posts : 8
    Windows 7 x64 ENT; Ubuntu 10.10


    I would of pegged it as the linux disto Kubuntu 7.10
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  5. #25


    Eau Claire, WI. USA
    Posts : 68
    Windows Dream Edition 32bit


    Haha, very nice. I just like a mac look. It confuses non-geeks and provides me with some subtle satisfaction.
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