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Winflip For Windows XP

One of the great flashy features that comes with Windows Vista is Aero Flip 3D. This looks similar to the picture included in this post – only this screen shot comes from Windows XP (The image may look similar to Vista – I installed one of the transformation packs on my XP installation to achieve this.) Learn how to do this with your copy of XP.

  • Go here and download the zip file.
  • Extract the zip and run WinFlip.exe.
  • WinFlip runs in the taskbar- to activate it, press the Windows key + Tab.

WinFlip does not require installation.

Download WinFlip

Want to install Mac-like rotation instead? Click here

Smart Flip for Windows XP



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Comments

  • Kicy M

    I’m probably the last to realize how to do this, and its way slick

  • Kicy M

    I’m probably the last to realize how to do this, and its way slick

  • Kicy M

    I’m probably the last to realize how to do this, and its way slick

  • Tyrone

    I know you’re guides are easy, but this is crazy easy. Thank you.

  • Tyrone

    I know you’re guides are easy, but this is crazy easy. Thank you.

  • Tyrone

    I know you’re guides are easy, but this is crazy easy. Thank you.

  • Steve

    I have a Microsoft Laser Mouse which uses MS Intelipoint (driver) software… You can launch Flip-3D by pressing the wheel and then scroll forward and back using the wheel… It might work with outer mice/software as well…

  • Steve

    I have a Microsoft Laser Mouse which uses MS Intelipoint (driver) software… You can launch Flip-3D by pressing the wheel and then scroll forward and back using the wheel… It might work with outer mice/software as well…

  • Steve

    I have a Microsoft Laser Mouse which uses MS Intelipoint (driver) software… You can launch Flip-3D by pressing the wheel and then scroll forward and back using the wheel… It might work with outer mice/software as well…


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