How to tweak Windows Vista and XP registry easily

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Let’s speak frankly. Most of Windows’ curses and blessings come from its registry. Windows registry is a weird place in your Vista and XP where everything is possible. As a matter of fact, over there you can tweak your operating system in order to have a fast Internet connection or a fast shut down or an improved performance. But the registry is also a terrible place where, if you (or an application) screw something, your computer will stop working properly right away. Let’s find out how we can hack the registry safely and improve many sides of your Windows operating system.

WinSecret is a nice freeware application which tweaks your Windows Registry in order to improve its performance including a lot of settings and functions. Tweaks are neatly organized into category and, thanks to the Help file, you can get a pretty good idea of what they are useful for. Here is a list of its categories:

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

Some of the most important tweaks include: modify registered user’s name and company information, modify the manufacturer’s logo and company, disable certain functions, improve system performance, improve Internet connection etc.

If you want to know more or if you just wish to download it for free, visit the official website.

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