Convert your Windows 7 UI to Metro UI with Windows Phone Mango Skin Pack

Are you a Windows 7 user and wish you have your Windows 7 PC look like Windows Phone Mango ( Metro UI ) ?

What is Metro UI ?

Wikipedia states that “Metro is an internal code name for a typography-based design language created by Microsoft, originally for use in Windows Phone 7.

Here’s an Windows Phone Mango Skin Pack from the Devian Art user http://hameddanger.deviantart.com/.

Convert your Windows 7 UI to Metro UI with Windows Phone Mango Skin Pack

Convert your Windows 7 UI to Metro UI with Windows Phone Mango Skin Pack

The Windows Phone Mango Skin Pack will change the look of your PC to the Windows Phone providing the user with a cool UI to work with .

The installation is simple and the download is available in 2 formats .

  • Click Once setup
  • Offline installer .

The Windows Phone Mango Skin Pack is from the same team which had built a collection of Skin packs for Windows 7 (http://www.skinpacks.com/) .

How to Convert your Windows 7 UI to Metro UI with Windows Phone Mango Skin Pack ?

Just download the setup file of Windows Phone Mango Skin Pack from the below links , install it and restart the PC to see your PC look like Windows Phone .

Take a back up of your PC so that you can restore back on issues .

You can download Windows Phone Mango Skin Pack for Windows 7 http://hameddanger.deviantart.com/art/Mango-Skin-Pack-1-0-X64-262509329

 

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