WinBubble, Customize and tweak your Windows Vista easily

In just two clicks, WinBubbles will help you to customize and tweak your Windows Vista easily. WinBubble's features cover Security Optimization and Customization.


Windows Customizations

*Customize Screensaver (Bubbles, Ribbon and Mystify)
*Customize and Remove the Arrow on Shortcut icons
*Hacking Windows Experience Score
Add/Edit OEM Logo and Information's
Edit Owner Information
Context Menu Customizations: Move To, Copy To, Take Ownership, Pin To, Turn OFF/ON Aero, Disk Clean-up and Winbubble launcher
Desktop Icons: Show IE, Computer, Network, Control Panel, Username folder and Public Folder to Desktop.
Re-enable Hibernation
Enable Aurora Bootscreen guide
Launch WinSAT Aurora
Show Windows Vista Build on Desktop
Enable Slow-Down Animations
Enable/Disable Welcome Center


*Speed-up Start menu search (Stops searching the File index, Favorites and History, and Communication files)
*3 ways to turn off Windows Aero, Increases Performance for Gaming and Battery Usage
Clear Multiple Monitor Configuration

IE Customizations

Internet Explorer Window Title
Start Pages
Enable/Disable Pop-up Blocker
Enable/Disable Phising Filter
Enable/Disable Download Complete Notification
Enable/Disable ClearType font
Remove Search Box
Hide Command Bar


Remove "New" in Explorer's Context Menu
Remove "Folder Options"
Disable Taskmanager
Disable AutoPlay in All type of media
Disable access to Display Property
Disable access to Control Panel
Increasing security by forcing to input the Username before entering the windows
Add Encrypt/Decrypt to Explorer's Right-Click Menu (Context Menu)
Enable/Disable UAC
Disable RUN command in the Start Menu and Task manager
Hide ALL Fix Drives
Hide a specific Drive
Hide Shutdown button and options in the Start Menu
Internet Explorer Security settings 1: Disable File->New, File-> Open, Save As, View Source, Favorites, Right-Click, Download, Tools->Internet Options.
Internet Explorer Security settings 2: Internet Options Window, Hide General Tab, Security Tab, Privacy Tab, Content Tab, connections Tab, Programs Tab, Advanced Tab

News source: Winbubble "Bridging the Gap"
Download: WinBubble 1.0 (Freeware, 286KB)
Screenshot: WinBubble "Bridging The Gap"
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Why would anybody want to hack their Windows Experience scores? Thats like a fat person deluding themselves into thinking they are thin. The whole point of the WEI scores is to provide a common and simple benchmark to all users of Vista so they know if their software will work on their hardware or not.

HawkMan said,
it does.... it maks your GUI much slower and less smooth :)

Not on my GeForce 6200 at home it doesn't. I found my PC runs far better with DWM enabled because my relatively underpowered CPU doesn't have to do all the compositing.