In the never-ending debates of morality, philosophy, and the meaning of life, the complexities of the universe manifest themselves in one universal mantra: no one can agree on anything except that the world is going to pot and things were better when we were younger and life was "simpler." In an effort to help make the world a little brighter, or just indulge in a bit of nostalgia, XP Mod brings your Android device back to 2001 by turning it into a Windows XP desktop.
The app starts with the traditional Windows XP startup noise and plops you into the familiar desktop minus the rolling hills. The app defaults to your current wallpaper. While the app is mostly for kicks, it does have one rather neat feature: a (kind of) windowed file manager. Tap "My Computer" and you can navigate your storage via the old Explorer interface. Open another new window, however, and you can navigate through multiple folders and jump between them with the task bar at the bottom. Unfortunately, these windows aren't resizable and you can't view them simultaneously. Still, it's a rather handy way to navigate files that we'd actually like to see implemented in less novelty file managers.
Still, if you're up for a bit of nostalgia, this app is free on the Play Store right now. Widget. Go.