Hey folks! In this tutorial, we will teach you how to transform Windows 10 PC to make it look and feel like Android Marshmallow! Now of course, your interface is not going to change and magically become Android, but this tutorial does in fact allow you to change all the icons on your Windows device and certain UI actions to mimic the Android style! This is perfect for people who just can’t get enough of their Android and love it so much that they would rather work on desktop Android along with Android on their smartphones too!
This tutorial is incredibly simple to follow and makes use of a custom skin pack which can be installed for free on your machine via a self installing installer. Let’s read more about the transformation procedure itself!
How to Make Windows 10 Look Like Android Marshmallow
Step 1: Head over to this link and grab the skinpack for your device.
Step 2: Once you have downloaded the pack, just double click on it and when prompted for the password, enter skinpacks.com as the password for the self extracting archive and click OK.Step 3: Open the directory where the skinpack has been extracted. Look for it in the directory and double click on it to run the installer. In my case, it is highlighted in the screenshot attached below.
That’s all for this tutorial!
You can see a drastic change in the before and after pictures which are a testimonial to the fact that the design change on your Windows 10 device to Android Marshmallow is simply superb to say the least. You can find these photos all attached below.
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The above tutorial offers a really clean way to experience the Android feel on your Windows 10 device. You should definitely try it out if you are a fan of Android! As a bonus, the installer above automatically creates a system restore point on your machine so you can easily restore your machine to a previous state in case anything goes wrong, although nothing really will – given that you have a Windows 10 machine and follow the steps listed in the tutorial correctly!
Do let me know how it went for you in the comments below.