Winbubble 188.8.131.52 | 5 MB
Want to whip Windows Vista or Windows 7 into shape and tweak your OS six ways to Sunday? Then you'll want WinBubble, which is a tweaker's dream. It lets you change just about every part of Windows Vista and Windows 7, and ways you never thought possible. Whether you're looking for optimization tweaks, interface tweaks, desktop customization tweaks, security tweaks, or Internet Explorer tweaks, you'll find that and more. Want to change the way Desktop and Internet Explorer look and work? Customize all your icons? Remove the shortcut arrow from shortcut icons? Yes, you can do that--and plenty more. And WinBubble doesn't just give you access to hidden menus. It also lets you customize things that seem to be uncustomizable, such as the Bubbles, Ribbons, and Mystify screensavers. WinBubbles interface and layout isn't the prettiest, but that doesn't really matter. What matters is how much you can tweak, and how easily to do it. New to this version is the ability to customize your Windows Welcome screen wallpaper, adding icons to the right-click menu in Windows 7, a simpler method of password recovery, and other similarly useful tweaks.
Operating Systems: Windows Vista, Windows 7
WinBubble has so many tweaking options that it could easily overwhelm users. The user interface uses tabs and check boxes to keep the multitude of options organized and easy to activate. The program lets you add more options to your context menu, including a Safely Remove Hardware icon, an encrypt/decrypt option, and a WinBubble icon. The Tweaking Toolbox clears your cache and resets folder views. You can even customize icons and add a custom screensaver. Security options are also plentiful and let you apply administrator alerts, disable Internet Explorer features, and even hide specific drives. Most of the tweaks that we applied took immediate effect, and others required either a log off or restart the computer. The main drawback to the program is that it isn't password-protected. That means that anyone can go in and change your settings. We were also disappointed to find that it doesn't come with a Help menu. Rather, you have to visit the publisher's site, which holds only a blog that doesn't offer much information.
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