I’ve been so busy with many real life projects since last update so I couldn’t spend time maintaining transformation packs like before. Right now I’m visiting parents and finally have some free time to work on long awaited Windows 10 updates now for better release.
Sorry it took this long. There was November Update while I was on a trip with my dad and I was very busy after getting back from the trip. I’ve checked out November update for new resources and implemented them in this release. It may not sound big but at least we finally get to see new tray eject icon.
After months and months of delay till El Capitan is released, it’s finally here. I’d like to publish with a brand new ‘Finderbar’ project but sadly, Lee is current busy with his real-life stuff and can’t finish the release anytime soon. So I guess we’ll have to wait until next version when he has more time to put his effort onto it.
It’s been so long since Yosemite Transformation Pack 4.0. The project has been delayed with the development of certain software. None wrote promising ports since Windows XP era. Don’t get me wrong, there’s some cool ports through some engines but my last known stable native port was in XP era.
This time, I and my old friend Lee will join hands once again to make the pinnacle of OS X emulation software, Finderbar. Everything else is pretty much ready. You can expect El Capitan Transformation Pack in next weekend 10.11.2015
UPDATE: Fixed installation error on Windows 10 Transformation Pack 5.0
As soon as Windows 10 RTM becoming available after reservation, I hit upgrade and examed the real Windows 10 RTM to update my Windows 10 projects. Most icons stayed the same as previous release except Control Panel icon. It has new customizable logon screen which is great asset for Yosemite project but I failed to extract the exact background so I’ll use wallpaper instead. There’s also Windows 10 branding and new wallpapers with some bugs fixed and updates here and there.