Windows 8 Transformation/UX Pack 6.5 Released

It’s been a week since Windows 8 officially gone live. I’ve been looking all this time since 6.0 release until Windows 8 officially gone live for something better, something to improve user experiences like updated themes and applications. But sadly, no better alternatives released since 6.0. Hence, I’m releasing 6.5 as refreshed build fixing problems in 6.0 instead.

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Buy Windows 8: What version and at what price?

On August 1st Microsoft announced that it has completed Windows 8 (RTM). This version of Windows 8 was only available to professional subscribers to MSDN and TechNet programs, or individuals but as a trial version. But since today (October 26th) all users can have access and buy this new edition of Microsoft Windows. If you want to get one version for yourself here are the possible ways to get it.

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Windows 8 Transformation/UX Pack 6.0 Released

To think a release based on Windows 8 RTM would come this soon… It took me about a month to decide how Windows 8 Transformation/UX Pack should be like for Windows 8 RTM. As many of you would agree that cutting Aero in Windows 8 is bad news, I tried several UI and resource concepts based on a mix between previous builds until RTM ones to see how the compromise solution should be like. And here’s the decided solution.

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