TweakVista open beta begins

Popular tweaking site TweakVista.com and Stardock have teamed up to create a new utility for Windows Vista users called TweakVista. TweakVista allows users to change many low level settings in Windows Vista as well as makes many lesser known settings more user-friendly. The utility has settings for security (to manage the UAC), memory optimization, resource control, start-up management, performance assessments, benchmarks, and integration with TweakVista.com. Users can get the beta at Stardock's website.

Stardock and TweakVista.com are looking for as much feedback as possible from tech-savvy users to create a tool that will help power users manage their machines as well as provide a tool that novice users can use to maintain their own machines more easily.

Unlike other power tools for Windows, TweakVista™ automatically prompts enhancement recommendations, offering easy "one click" updates to otherwise complex configuration changes. TweakVista™ is also safe to use. By utilizing Microsoft's system-restore technology any changes you make can easily be rolled back. You can freely experiment with different settings without disabling your computer.

Download: TweakVista Beta
Link: Home Page
News source: Stardock

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Hardly impressive, as has been said just a front end to already published tweaks plus a whole bunch of links to Vista utilities like defrag, disk cleanup, power saving etc.

I would think you could knock a version out that performs these tweaks in a weekend or 2. Would be OK if it were freeware, but $20 they must be joking.

Sounds like this might be just another miracle cure "tweak"/"tune up" utility that is basically a gui fronting registry changes and options that are freely available but with a pricetag attached for the LOL Pro features? x)

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