Does Windows 8 support BootSkin XP? And it is worth downloading it?
Answer from: Pauline B.:
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BootSkin XP is a program that allows you to change the logo on the Windows XP boot screen, the program is free, not supported (written on the off. site). The last version was for Windows Vista - BootSkin Vista, the system requirements specifically state that it no longer works on Windows 7. For Windows 8 you will have to modify system files manually or try 8oot Logo Changer.
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