Ever wanted your Windows 10 PC to look like Mac? Like the theme/UI of Mac (say OSX or Mojave or Big Sur) but can’t leave Windows because of its productivity? Well, you don’t have to let go of Windows to enjoy Mac’s User Interface. You can do it right on your Windows 10 Laptop or Desktop with the help of the El Capitan Transformation theme pack. Here is how to get Mac Theme on Windows 11/10. This theme also works on Windows 11.
El Capitan Transformation Pack 2.0 will transform your Windows 11/10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP user interface to OS X El Capitan, including Login Screen, Themes, Wallpapers, Cursors, Fonts, Sounds, Icons, Dock, Finderbar, Dashboard, Spaces, Launchpad and more.
Note: It is advised to create a System Restore Point before installing this theme pack. Find out how.
How To Get Mac Theme on Windows 11/10 PC or Laptop
It’s effortless to install this theme pack on your Windows 11/10 desktop or laptop. I’ll still be giving you the detailed step-by-step tutorial on installing this theme pack on your Windows 11/10.
- Download the El Capitan Transformation Pack 2.0 or macOS Transformation Pack from here.
- Extract the zip file
- Now, double click the El Capitan Transformation Pack 2.0 application file and wait for around 10-15 minutes.
- After the theme pack is installed, it will ask you to restart your system; click on Restart and Boom!
- After your PC restarts, it will look similar to macOS.
Just like installing, uninstalling the theme pack from your system is also very easy. Go to Control Panel> Uninstall a program> El Capitan Transformation Pack/ macOS Transformation Pack > Right-click on that and select Uninstall.
The transformation pack also supports Big Sur, High Sierra, and Mojave. You can get the macOS themes, wallpapers, user pictures, and logon screen.
In case you cannot uninstall it directly, use their uninstaller available on their website.
Features of Transformation Pack
- Easy installation and uninstallation
- Single-click configuration
- Uses original macOS System resources.
- Auto-repair resources
- macOS Finderbar emulation
- OS X Dock emulation
- Pre-configured shortcut keys
- Launchpad access from Desktop corner and Dock configured
Changelog in the new version:
- Includes new High Sierra and Mojave wallpapers
- Windows 11/10 theme can use the default Aero theme
- Updated Resource Hacker
- Added checksum correction after modifying system files
- Added disabling Spaces feature (VirtuaWin) on Windows 11/10
- Added ViFind, the perfect FinderBar emulation software developed by Windows X & Lee Matthew Chantrey
- Fixed losing a pnidui.dll backup file on Windows 8/8.1/10
- Fixed Windows 10 November Update incompatibilities
- Fixed system files modification that may modify x86 program files instead of x64 ones.
- Fixed system files version detection bug on Windows 11/10
- Improved font rendering on Dock
- Included uxworker.exe file into uninstaller software in case of deletion by antivirus
- Updated cursors with Mac Os X El Capitan Cursor Pack For Win by Spysees
- Updated OldNewExplorer configuration for Windows 10 compatibility
- Updated Windows 10 visual style with Yosemite Theme For Windows 10 November Update by cu88
Editors note: Installing the theme pack might slow down your system a bit. But after you uninstall, your order will work like before. So, I would personally recommend you to give it a try. It’s worth a try.
How Do I Get Mac Icons on Windows?
If all you want are Mac icons and the rest of the things, you can download from websites like icons8 and then manually change the icon. Go to Settings > Personalization > Themes > Desktop Icon Settings. This will open a window where you get to change the default icons.
How Do You Customize Windows?
Windows offers a dedicated Personalization option in the Settings. Here you can change the background, colors, themes, local screen, touch keyboard, taskbar, Start menu, and Fonts.
How Do I Change Windows Appearance for Best Performance?
- Press the Start menu and type Adjust performance.
- It will reveal the Adjust the appearance and performance of Windows link. Click on it
- Here you can choose between three options —Best performance, Best appearance, and Let Windows decide.
- Select Best performance, apply and close.
You should see fewer animations and visual effects then. To undo the changes, go back to the same windows, and choose let the computer decide.
Do share your experience in the comments below.