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1.3 MB
Windows XP
Steve Sinchak Media LLC(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
The TweakXP utility was designed for any serious Windows tweaker! Change hundreds of registry settings from Windows XP, improving appearance, performance and functionality.

Prevent others from changing your settings, increase Windows security. Lock down control panel applets, Internet Explorer options, even choose which applications can or can't run on the computer.

You can change Windows XP's performance by selecting to keep the Windows XP core system in memory and not paged to disk (advisable only if you have 512MB RAM or greater). You also can optimize the CPU and memory usage for programs, system cache or background services.

Use the TweakXP.com Tweaking Utility to add "unremovable" Windows components (such as Microsoft Messenger) to "Add or Remove Programs" and uninstall these components after all.

Use the TweakXP.com Tweaking Utility to change the time interval of the Internet time synchronization feature.

When you are logged into a Windows XP administrator account, the TweakXP.com Tweaking Utility can adjust settings for all users on the local machine without logging into each user account separately. Just select which user profile you want to change the settings for and off you go!

With TweakXP.com Tweaking Utility you will:
- Access many hidden Windows registry settings to improve Windows appearance and performance.
- Remove useless clutter (even "un-removable" Windows components).
- Make Windows XP work the way you want it to.
- Increase Windows security.
- Easily Export / Import TweakXP.com Tweaking Utility settings between computers.

When working with Windows XP and user profiles, it is important that the user has at least two accounts with Administrative privileges. The initial user password provided during installation is usually assigned to the Administrator account.

This account is not listed on the Welcome screen (where the user logs into Windows XP) by default. The main user account may also have administrative privileges. The user can check this by going to the Windows Control Panel and selecting User Accounts and Passwords.

The recommendation for two accounts with Administrative privileges is that in rare occasions a user profile can become corrupted and inaccessible. This corruption has nothing to do with TweakXP.com Tweaking Utility; it's just something that has been reported with normal Windows use from time to time.

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