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Have a favorite tweak?

Postby coreyw2000 » Wed Nov 30, 2005 12:02 am

The VTPRO team have many ideas about what we are going to do with VistaTweakPRO, but if you have any tweaks from your favorite tweaking utility, or another method of doing it, please post them here and we will do our best to integrate them into VTPRO. Also, if you have any tweaks for Windows XP/Server 2003, they should be compatible

Pending suggestions for future builds from members:
  • Allow users to see the DWM tweaks but disable them, also have How-tos visible as a teaser - Malhovic
  • VistaTweakPRO uses quite a bit of memory - b_a88
  • Option to disable messgae "not running Vista" in XP - Jess
  • Red gradient - a little hard to read text - Jess
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Re: Have a favorite tweak?

Postby JabbaPapa » Wed Nov 30, 2005 9:02 am

coreyw2000 wrote:Also, if you have any tweaks for Windows XP/Server 2003, they should be compatible

Just a quick technical heads up, Windows Server 2003 tweaks are far more likely to be compatible with Vista than XP tweaks -- I have found that many of my favourite XP tweaks can be system breakers in build 5231 (even those that worked perfectly well in earlier builds).

As Vista gets closer and closer to Beta 2, it is likely that many of the tweaks in our library will be either integrated into the future builds, or rendered inoperative and/or counterproductive by other changes in the OS.
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