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Xpize Gives XP a Visual Makeover

XPize is a GUI enhancer for Windows XP and 2003. It replaces most of the non-XP icons, AVI files and Bitmaps that Microsoft has always overlooked. The installer simply automates the process of replacing resources in system files–making Windows XP look better.

Download XPize Here

More About Xpize

XPize does not contain any spyware or ad-ware of any kind.

If you are not satisfied with the results, you can completely uninstall XPize.

XPize is compatible with any version (except x64) and any language of Windows XP (Home, Pro & MCE) and 2003.

Xpize Features

• Patches more than 150 system files without user interaction.
• Updates tons of old resources still existent in Windows XP coming from Windows 95/98/2000.
• Gives Windows XP a fresh new look, with new animations, icons and images.
• Installs some cool extras, such as a boot screen, logon screen, screensaver and more.
• Lets you create a custom Windows CD using the XPized ISO feature.
• Is compatible with nLite’s hotfix integration.
• Has advanced switches to let you install it silently and with the components you want.

System Requirements

Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 (any version (except x64), any language)

Screenshots

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11 thoughts on “Xpize Gives XP a Visual Makeover”

  1. saleh13/helas13 says:

    thanks my frind

  2. saleh13/helas13 says:

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  3. saleh13/helas13 says:

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  4. Shane says:

    Aha; this is just what I’ve been looking for, but I got lucky, I was reading the comments just before downloading, and people were complaining of errors, turns out due to .NET framework outdated. :D

  5. Shane says:

    Aha; this is just what I’ve been looking for, but I got lucky, I was reading the comments just before downloading, and people were complaining of errors, turns out due to .NET framework outdated. :D

  6. Shane says:

    Aha; this is just what I’ve been looking for, but I got lucky, I was reading the comments just before downloading, and people were complaining of errors, turns out due to .NET framework outdated. :D

  7. Rich says:

    Cool. Thanks for pointing that out Shane.

  8. Rich says:

    Cool. Thanks for pointing that out Shane.

  9. Rich says:

    Cool. Thanks for pointing that out Shane.

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