Make Windows 7 look sorta like KDE’s twin with “KDE Se7en Patcher”

by Mike
Posted August 12th, 2009 at 7:51 am

Customizers and those of you driven by the never ending need to constantly change the look of your PC have a new toy to play around with. While KDE is a pretty slick looking skin/theme for Linux, the fact that it is Linux only is what keeps many people from ever enjoying it. Many simply don’t feel they have the time or knowledge to learn the OS or deal with the incompatibilities that can arise. There is a solution however in KDE Se7en Patcher for Windows 7. Said patch will give Windows 7 the KDE treatment by replacing all of the stock Windows 7 garb with a host of KDE goodies including:

  • Over 390 icon and bitmap resources patched
  • Updated code compatible with Windows 7
  • Updated/removed obsolete resources
  • 190 KDE wallpapers in several resolutions
  • Updated App UI
  • Updated Installer — Option for normal or widescreen wallpapers

While the look isn’t 100% KDE, it should at least hold you over until another more featured pack comes along or start the fire under your arse to code your own package. Tinker away.

Download KDE Se7en from Deviant Art here

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