Microsoft made a mystery Windows XP subject that made the working framework look more like a Mac. An ongoing Windows XP
source code spill has uncovered Microsoft’s initial work on the working framework and some unreleased subjects the organization made during its initial XP advancement in 2000.
One is named “Treats” and incorporates a plan that intently looks like Apple’s Aqua interface that was first presented at the Macworld Conference and Expo in 2000.
Despite the fact that the subject is deficient, the Windows XP Start button and different catches and UI components are plainly themed to coordinate Apple’s Aqua.
Microsoft never delivered its Aqua subject for Windows XP, and we comprehend it was utilized in early source code for the OS.
Windows designers seem to have utilized the subject as a placeholder to fabricate the topic motor for Windows XP.
The subject itself is depicted as a “Whistler skin with gorgeous sight,” and set apart as “for inside utilize as it were.” Whistler was the codename for Windows XP.