It has been almost half a year since Microsoft officially released Windows 11 for everyone. Anyone who is interested in installing Windows 11 on their PC can easily download Windows 11 ISO from Microsoft servers and install it. However, There are so many people who are still holding on to their Windows 10 system and are apprehensive of the newly designed user interface with which Windows 11 is released.
Those people who live in the constant fear of Windows 11’s user interface, may want to wet their feet first by making their Windows 10 system look like Windows 11. Once they have used Windows 10 in Windows 11’s skin for a while, they might feel comfortable using Windows 11 later on and perhaps finally move on to the new version of the operating system from Microsoft.
So if you want to give your Windows 10 a new Windows 11 look-alike appearance then all you have to do is download Windows 11 SkinPack from https://skinpacks.com/download/windows-7/windows-11-skinpack/ and install it on your system. The same pack works for Windows 8.1 and Windows 7 SP1 systems if anyone still uses them.
During the installation, it automatically patches uxtheme.dll file which is necessary for installing unofficial themes that do not originate from Microsoft. It also install all the files necessary for the Windows 11 theme, sound schemes, cursors, icons and sets the taskbar icons to the center. After the installation, a reboot is required after which your Windows 10 PC starts looking like Windows 11.
If at any later time, you decide to get rid of this SkinPack then you can simply launch the installer file again and it will give you option to uninstall it from your system. Once again, you have to reboot the system.
The Windows 11 SkinPack comes in 2 editions – free and paid. The Paid version includes Windows 11 icons and ability to center the icons in the taskbar. If you can live without these features, the free version is enough for you.