People who are using Windows 8.1 are waiting for the last week of July 2015 when Microsoft will release the new version of their operating system – Windows 10, and all the Windows 8.1 users will get it for free. If you are using Windows 8, then you can also first update to Windows 8.1 for free and then later update to Windows 10. But what about Windows 7 customers? Yes, they will also get the free upgrade if they have SP1 installed. But until then the best a Windows 7 user can do is make Windows 7 look like Windows 10 and it is not difficult either. All you have to do is download and install the Windows 10 Transformation Pack and voila – you will have the experience of using Windows 10.
Windows 10 Transformation Pack is not only for Windows 7 users. It actually works with all the versions of Windows starting from XP to 8.1. But why would a Windows 8.1 user use the Transformation Pack, when the real thing is just across the corner? In any case, you can begin by downloading the Windows Transformation Pack and installing it on your PC.
As can be seen from the installation screen, some of the features are not available for now really old Windows XP users. You can choose system font, Immersive UI, Cortana (not really Microsoft Cortana, but something similar), Windows Aero, Start Menu and the auto-colorization feature of Aero. After the installation, system goes for a reboot and then you can enjoy your Windows 10 interface. If later you decide to remove this Windows 10 interface, you can simply uninstall the Windows 10 Transformation Pack from the Control Panel.
Windows 10 Transformation Pack can really make you feel the new Windows 10 experience without actually installing Windows 10 (which may require better hardware). But if your PC is running on Windows 8 or 8.1, then it is better to wait for the Windows 10 – it is going to be released only in a few days.
You can download the Windows 10 Transformation Pack from http://www.windowsxlive.net/windows-10-transformation-pack/.