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Downloads:  14938
Submitted:  Sep 27 2005
Updated:  Jul 9 2006

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I decided to remove the links to this project as I cannot stomach Windows(R) clones proliferating here, and hope that doing this may set an example. Do not copy! Create! I apologize for posting this originally, and hope the community can forgive me.




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 not bad

 
 by felipe on: Sep 27 2005
 
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i usually give baaad votes to such posts, but i just voted good on this one. it just gives me the measure of how customizable KDE is :)

i won't download it though :)


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 Re: not bad

 
 by laktose on: Sep 28 2005
 
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you said all I was going to say.
I don't approve or agree with any of this mimic-XP stuff but it does serve some purpose somewhere, and you did do a very nice job packaging it all together.. still.. you won't see it on my computer :)


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 I agree completey

 
 by arenyart on: Sep 27 2005
 
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As I posted this, I assumed there would be flamers. What you just said is all the flamers need to hear. This is not for everyone. I use this on my wife's computer so she doesn't scream at me for "messing her up". This fact alone proves that KDE is not only ready for the mainstream desktop but has been for some time. Thank you for your post and I understand if you don't download such a project.


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 Re: I agree complete

 
 by Brandybuck on: Sep 27 2005
 
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My mother gets confused if I merely change the wallpaper when I'm down visiting. Changing the entire desktop would freak her out, because no matter how good you theme it, it's still not the same. Menu items will be in different places, applications will be different ("where's my FreeVue PhotoPlus 2.1b?"), shutdown sequence different, etc.

I've come to the conclusion that you're not going to migrate anyone to *nix/KDE who doesn't want to be migrated. It's a wasted effort trying to fool them. The purpose for themes like this are to fool your boss instead, so he doesn't know you're dual-booting off a second harddrive.


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 Re: Re: I agree comp

 
 by lenooh on: Sep 27 2005
 
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if she get's a new car, does she know how to drive it? :-}


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 Re: Re: Re: I agree

 
 by Brandybuck on: Sep 28 2005
 
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Of course! She doesn't consider cars to be "high tech" so she will actually spend the time to learn a new car. But computers, DVDs, are "high tech" and she refuses to learn to them. It's something subconscious and not deliberate. My mother is not the only person I know who is like this.


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 suits a purpose

 
 by grantandre79 on: Sep 28 2005
 
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To all the nay-sayers out there, this really does serve a very useful purpose when working in a "windows-only" company.

Today, if someone were to walk by my desk and see a very different-looking desktop, they'd freak out. I ran Alienware (a windowblinds skin for Windows) on top of XP for awhile and got hassled by co-workers who thought I might be 'breaking the rules'.

I really prefer *nix (running FreeBSD) and would love a port like this to get under the very prejudiced radar at work.


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 Nice

 
 by tseliot on: Sep 28 2005
 
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I like the 1st screenshot. It's better than how Winxp looks. I don't like Windows tough.


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 xp

 
 by revertex on: Sep 28 2005
 
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nice! some companies in my country used a icewm that mimic win98 to make a painless transition to linux.
Your theme could not be suited to de average user but is a bless to all sysadmin that need to make all these stupid fool employers migrate to linux without to much complains.
i know xpde, but is unstable and haven't translations to my language, being useles .


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 Very clever

 
 by mandha on: Sep 28 2005
 
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This is one of the best efforts I've seen at cloning windows and a testimont the flexibilty of kde.

I would describe it as.. very clever... but very very scary ;)

Not my cup of tea, I'm glad I can't do this in gnome


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