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Thread: Tweakui

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    Program Name: TweakUI
    Website: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/downloa...ppowertoys.mspx
    Current version: 2.10 - Requires SP1
    Desired versions: A version that supports XP without needing SP1, if such a thing exists.
    Description: TweakUI is a powerful tool that lets you customize and tweak many XP options and settings that are not apparent in the default interface.

    Thank you for your time, whether you can find one or not. It is appreciated. I love this website.

    EDIT: Yknow, I actually just found this while searching for FreeZip. Version 2.0 is available at VersionTracker, at http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo...o/windows/13789 .

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    http://www.tweakxp.com/ have you checked out this site for all things xp.

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    Originally posted by straight talker@Jul 30 2005, 03:55 AM
    http://www.tweakxp.com/ have you checked out this site for all things xp.
    Nope, saw it when I was searching for TweakUI, but didn't look at it. Will definitely check that out sometime in the future though! I used annoyances.org previously. Thank you

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    Default TweakUi .. optimize when idle ..

    Quote Originally Posted by ladyortyger
    Version 2.0 is available
    Thanks, nice find This could be added to the main oldversion.com page .. Btw, exact version number is

    .. There is the absence of "automatically optimize hard disk when idle" under the "General" link of version of TweakUi for Windows 2600 (Xp) .. would this mean that no such option existed before Service Pack 1?.. the lack of Microsoft documentation seems disturbing as always :| Yet more disturbing may be Google search 4 "disturbing" .. such documents, images & ideas should be constricted to lunatics & they, in turn - to nuthouses, but that may well be besides the point & somewhat offtopic
    Last edited by nimd4; 03-19-2006 at 04:28 PM.


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