Loc: Stoughton, WI USA
Oh, I've got the shell part down to a 'T'. For those who are interested in making their PC look like a Mac, you can use a free program named Flyakite. The newest version is 5, and I do not know at this moment if it is SP2 compatable. It will only work with XP. You use this program with StyleXP and it will shell it out. You can change the bootloader to an Apple screen. Finally, you can change the logon, and you will have a pretty good looking mix. My machine was like that for a long time...until I needed the resources.
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