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Windows 7 Theme for GNOME

Last week, we shared a program that makes your Windows machine look like OS X, and today we feature a similar method to change your Linux GUI to a more familiar Windows interface.

You'll need to do a bit of Terminal work to install the theme, though if your copy and paste skills are up to snuff, you should be fine. It's pretty handy if, say, you have a relative who needs to use Linux but is confused by the interface (or you just really, really like Aero Glass).

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