TweakNow WinSecret Professional v1.51 released (Freeware)

As a long time Windows user you might have heard about registry. The registry is a special file in your hard disk that hold most of Windows settings data. Wish to improve your internet speed or display message at Windows logon? No problem, those tasks can easily be done by simply editing the registry value. Unfortunately registry is not a friendly place for most people. Changing a wrong value in the registry may cause an unpredictable problem to your Windows. This is why novice users should not edit registry value directly using a registry editor by them self.

In TweakNow WinSecret, we have gathered the most popular Windows XP/Vista registry settings and provide them for you in an easy and safe user interface. All settings are divided in the following sections:

  • Applications
  • Control Panel
  • Desktop
  • Miscellaneous
  • Network & Internet
  • OEM Info
  • Special Folders
  • Start Menu
  • User Accounts
  • Windows Core
  • Windows Explorer

Download: TweakNow WinSecret Professional v1.51 (Freeware)
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hahah... Virtorio's comment's ending part is nice. But LOL at starting part...hahahha...Hey dear Virtorio plz try software carefully 1st thn comment..heheh..or one day u will say 'Apple Windows XP' or 'Microsoft Mac OSX Ass! oh sorry Leopord however.."

Tried it and played around with it (seeing as how Microsoft don't plan to do a TweakUI for Vista).

Tried one of the Control Panel settings and it removed the option for Classic view. Tried everything I could to get the program to fix it (including using the Restore feature) and it wouldn't work. Was able to fix it in gpedit.

I won't be trying out any of it's other features. Uninstalled.

Microsoft hasn't created it however a company called TotalIdea I believe has released a similar app called TweakVI which should be essentially the same as TweakUI in XP.