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Windows 10 Transformation Pack

Repository hosting the Windows 10 GTK, Icon and Metacity themes. This Work aims to provide the closest imitation of Microsoft's Windows 10 appearance, while making itself available to the most Desktop Environments. For a complete compatibility list, visit the theme's webpage

Windows-10-TP-by-B00merang

Maintainer : Elbullazul - since September of 2015

Distributor : B00merang Theming

License : GPL v3

How to install

  • From source

For newer DEs that are not yet fully covered (cinnamon 3.2, gnome 3.22, etc.) use this link instead (no checksum)

  1. Head to the releases page
  2. Download the latest release (as of 10/26/2016 latest is v0.9.9 SP1)
  3. Open your file manager and navigate to your home folder. If nonexistant, create the .themes and .icons folder. Enable the 'view hidden files' option to work with them. Generally, Ctrl+H reveals the hidden folders
  4. Extract the packages and place the resulting folders (named Windows 10 Light and Windows 10 Dark) in the .themes folder. The Icon set should be placed in .icons once extracted
  5. You're all set! Open your appearance manager and select the corresponding themes from the list

For common issues and solutions, visit our wiki page

  • Using Bash script

This method gets the source code from the master branch, thus always installing the latest version

  1. Get the TransPack installer from here
  2. Unpack the package and open a terminal in extracted folder. Add execution rights with chmod +x install.sh
  3. In same terminal, type ./install.sh
  4. Choose which variant to install and wait till the process finishes. YOU MAY need to restart your DE after the install
  5. If the installation fails, open an issue, clearly explaining the error and including the log file if possible

To uninstall the package

  1. Open a terminal and navigate to where uninstall.sh is
  2. Add execution rights with chmod +x uninstall.sh
  3. Run ./uninstall.sh