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VistaTweakPro is confusing me

Postby adnanmadi » Sun Nov 06, 2005 2:10 pm

I don't know if i have downloaded an old version but it was the first released version ...

Windows Defragmenter should be disk defragmenter

Enter the label you want to add to internet explorer

should be changed maybe Enter the label you want to add to internet explorer title bar


Dunno just a suggestion


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Postby jrfree1 » Sun Nov 06, 2005 2:27 pm

Thanks for the suggestions - we always appreciate input ^*^

The reason we decided to go with 'Windows Defragmenter' was to distiguish it from any third party disk defragmenters because there is only one Windows Defragmenter, whereas there are a number of disk defragmenters out there.

I think if we added 'title bar' to that, it might be a bit redundant as right above that it says 'Change IE titlebar', but that is something that we will definitely discuss - perhaps we can figure out a clearer way of stating the purpose.
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Postby SCgone » Sun Nov 06, 2005 3:39 pm

jrfree1 wrote:Thanks for the suggestions - we always appreciate input ^*^

The reason we decided to go with 'Windows Defragmenter' was to distiguish it from any third party disk defragmenters because there is only one Windows Defragmenter, whereas there are a number of disk defragmenters out there.


That's true, as most of them integrate into the system and when you choose to defragment, it brings up the 3rd party software, not Windows' own.
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Postby adnanmadi » Sun Nov 06, 2005 3:42 pm

jrfree1 wrote:Thanks for the suggestions - we always appreciate input ^*^

The reason we decided to go with 'Windows Defragmenter' was to distiguish it from any third party disk defragmenters because there is only one Windows Defragmenter, whereas there are a number of disk defragmenters out there.


But the original windows defragmenter is called disk defragmenter and it is 99% located there in the start --> accessories --> system tools
and you can send it to desktop as short cut from there straight forward
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Postby Grav!ty » Sun Nov 06, 2005 8:37 pm

Misleading means deceptive and false and that is clearly not the issue here.

Confusing means bewildering and perplexing and this better reflects what your post is about so I have edited the title of your post adnanmadi :)
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Postby imnuts » Sun Nov 06, 2005 11:57 pm

i think you can still use the built in defragger after installing disk keeper, you just have to use the command line version of it as the GUI that is built for it is completely replaced.
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