Linked by David Adams on Wed 9th Jul 2008 22:40 UTC, submitted by Jeremy
Windows It's no surprise that Vista's vanilla operating system hasn't fared too well with some users. That said, why not customize it to make it better? ExtremeTech describes five useful and free Vista utilities designed to enhance Microsoft's latest operating system. One such application is TweakVI Basic, which allows users to customize Vista's user interface. Another is Launchy, which is a handy startup/launching application.
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tweakui for $50?
by stabbyjones on Thu 10th Jul 2008 02:43 UTC
stabbyjones
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2008-04-15

why does this cost 50 dollars?

i wish i could think of an awesome way to charge people to edit their registry too.

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RE: tweakui for $50?
by WorknMan on Thu 10th Jul 2008 04:51 in reply to "tweakui for $50?"
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2005-11-13

It's not tweakui, it's tweakvi ;) They have 2 versions, a basic free version and the $50 one.

i wish i could think of an awesome way to charge people to edit their registry too.


Well, I don't use Vista and have never heard of this tool until now. I haven't seen what all this can do, but from what I read in the article, I would agree that $50 seems a bit much for what it does. There's gotta be some free utils that do the same thing?

Edited 2008-07-10 04:52 UTC

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