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Free Uniblue SystemTweaker 2011!
Posted By Ashraf On December 18, 2010 @ 5:28 PM In Freebies | 22 Comments
The following are the features of Uniblue SystemTweaker 2011 as per the developer:
What does SystemTweaker do?
Windows can be a difficult operating system to customize as it includes many pre-set configurations that are hard to adjust. Some settings are hidden in obscure or tough to access menus, while others require risky manual registry manipulation to change.
SystemTweaker is a safe and easy to use tool that lets you customize Windows to your taste. From Start menu tweaks to quick and easy changes to network behaviour, SystemTweaker comes packed with over 50 tweaks, all hand-picked to make your Windows experience a little more comfortable.
With SystemTweaker you can:
- Streamline the Start and Control Panel menu to your taste
- Adjust network settings to boost functionality and increase security
- Tweak Windows start-up and shutdown rules
- Customize right-click menu options
- Access detailed system information
My personal experience with Uniblue programs has never been good; their claim of making your computer 354985745897 times faster never turns out to be true and the time I spent using their programs usually ends up wasted. Uniblue’s extremely aggressive marketing campaign portrays their programs as super-must-have-tools when in reality their tools aren’t any more special than rival programs. In fact, I have heard many users attest to how some of Uniblue’s programs have ruined their computers (this has never happened to me, though.)
That said, SystemTweaker is a bit different that Uniblue’s other tools because it isn’t a program that tries to “clean” your computer, “optimize” it, make it “faster”, etc.. Rather, SystemTweaker is a program that allows users to make tweaks to their Windows easily.
The following are all the tweaks SystemTweaker 2011 can perform (list taken from SystemTweaker 2011’s Help file):
As you can see, SystemTweaker 2011 puts a large amount of tweaks at the fingertips of users but none of the tweaksare very unique and most – if not all – of them can be done manually or with other programs like GIGATweaker . That said, I suggest you look through the list of tweaks SystemTweaker 2011 provides and see if any of them interest you. If they do, give SystemTweaker a try and hope for the best. If not, save yourself the trouble. On a personal level, I stay away from Uniblue products and will be doing the same with SystemTweaker 2011.
To get Uniblue SystemTweaker 2011 for free, follow these simple directions:
Version being given out for free: v18.104.22.168
Free updates: Unknown
Supported OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7
Download size: v4.7 MB
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