> visual? if that's what you care about, just install classicshell on Win7 or Win8. I > haven't found any software that runs on XP that doesn't run on WIn7 and Win8. > > The only exception (or headache) comes with some really old software and 64bit > versions of 7 or 8. In that case, it's usually a registry entry that you need to move > to the wow64 section and all is well.
Not the classic theme, the XP blue theme, which is not available. And it doesn't change everything. The start menu, folder layout, and icons/thumbs are still 7.
And the features are named differently, the control panel is a mess of stuff. With all that 'sharing' shit, I haven't even bothered trying to set up basic networking. Then configuring sounds and screen saver, etc etc etc....I figured it out, but I shouldn'tve had to.