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Transform Windows 10 Or 11 Feel Like Windows 7 Or Vista

    If you're currently using Windows 10 or Windows 11 but miss the days of Windows 7, there's a clever and simple way to transform your newer operating system into the older one. This method can also be used to turn Windows 8 or above into Windows 7 or Vista.

    The process may take some time to complete, but all you have to do is type a command into the Run box, and most things will be handled automatically for you. If you wish, you can also

    If you're using Windows 10 or Windows 11 but miss Windows 7, there's a simple way to make your newer OS look like the older one. This method works for turning Windows 8 or above into Windows 7 or Vista. It may take some time, but all you have to do is enter a command in the Run box and most things will be done automatically. You can also add extra features like Windows Media Player 11 if you want.

    To easily install the Revert8Plus script, just follow these steps :

    1. Hold down Win+R to open the Run box.
    2. Type in the following command

    That's it! You'll be able to transform your Windows 10 or 11 into Windows 7 or Vista.

    To perform this trick, you will need to use a third-party script called Revert8Plus. Installing it is simple. Just press Win+R to open the Run box and enter the following command :

    powershell irm | iex

    To begin the transformation process, simply press OK and confirm the UAC prompt. If you're using Windows 11, make sure to disable tamper protection in the Virus and Threat Protection Settings. For Windows 8, 8.1, or 10, this step will be taken care of automatically.

    To watch the full installation process, refer to the video below. It is important to note that there is a certain level of risk involved in this process, although it has worked fine for us. Therefore, it is advisable not to perform this on a system that you rely on for daily use. Apart from that, everything should function normally as the script only changes the appearance of the operating system, not the OS itself.

    The compatibility of this software with different versions of Windows may vary. Please refer to the list below to determine its compatibility with your specific Windows release.

    • Windows 8 - Supported -- 100%
    • Windows 8.1 - Supported -- 100%
    • Windows 10 1809 - Supported -- 100%
    • Windows 10 21H2 - Supported -- 97%
    • Windows 10 22H2 - Supported -- 97%
    • Windows 11 21H2 - Supported -- 80%
    • Windows 11 22H2 - Supported -- 80%
    • Windows 11 23H2 - Supported -- 80%
    The script restores various elements of the old Windows interface, including the boot screen, login dialog, security options, taskbar, Start menu, and older games. It also brings back features like the details pane, command bar, navigation buttons, address bar, and search bar. Additionally, it includes extra features like Windows Media Center.

    To get the Windows Vista theme, open the Run box and type the following command.


    When you enter this command for the first time, you will see an error message. Just click "OK" to proceed. Follow the remaining instructions and agree to any prompts or installations required. It's a straightforward process.

    To enable the theme, simply run the VistaToggle command again. If you want to disable it, just repeat the process. If you need Windows Media Player 11, you can install it now.

    To return to your original operating system, uninstall all the theme-related programs that this script installs.

    Update : If you're experiencing login issues, check the faq below the video for possible solutions.

    Can't login: Press Alt+F4

    To make the login box work with your Microsoft account, follow these steps:

    1. Press Alt+F4 to log in.
    2. Open the Start menu and click on Run.
    3. In the Run dialog box, type "cmd /k net user "%username%" *".
    4. Press Ctrl+Shift+Enter.
    5. Enter a new password for the classic logon screen. Note that your password will not be displayed as you type.

    To remove the login box, follow these steps :

    1. Click on Start.
    2. Type "services.msc" in the Run box and press Enter.
    3. Disable the Classic Logon Shell Launcher Service and LogonHax2.

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