Here's what you can do: No one is forcing you to update to .There are plenty of happy people with computers that "just work" running Windows XP or Windows Vista.Here's a pic of these installed updates: When I flipped my laptop on post these updates today, I was repulsed to find my Vista having regressed to an XP look.This is what an eyesore it has become now: I scoured around my 'Application Settings' and the Web hoping to find a solution, however to no avail so far.Windows Vista will no longer be receiving these patches in April of 2017.isn't like the horrors you may have heard about with Windows 8.
My apologies to those not familiar with RAR files or multi-part archives.
This guide is also located within, in case you want a quick reference; however, updates are done to this online version regularly, so there are some differences. The package includes Vista themes, screensavers, games, cursors, applications, Wallpaper, user account images, screenshots, tweaking tools, and more.
It is a ; Part1 and Part2 are two halves of the same file.
It covers updating the interface, customizing, free software, speed tweaks, maintenance and troubleshooting.
All the essential files you need are included in the downloadable 158.56MB Conversion Package.