Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by itisgonnabeme, Jul 23, 2015.
Unless someone manages to get it working, possibly based on the Windows 7 version, chances of us seeing a version of dreamscene is next to nill. Stardock does have some paid software to do the same job though.
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DreamScene was a Windows Vista Ultimate Extra. It was never official part of Windows 7.
Wonder what the upgrade path to get to 10 from Vista with Dreamscene on it would be. Wonder if it would still be there at the end of the journey lol
Doing a 7 to 10 upgrade kept everything 7 had, even programs that flaked out in 10 after it was done upgrading heh