Release Date: October 19, 2002.
Tweak your system registry, easily discover system information, and perform a myriad of other registry related functions with this excellent freeware. Registry Tweak's sleek, clean, and well-designed interface categorically displays functions using a well-recognized tree structure. Registry Tweaker's functions are too numerous to list.
Most drivers have registry settings that don’t come with a user interface for you to use. These entries are meant for oems to change defaults in reference drivers, for internal trouble shooting, future functionality not yet implemented or settings removed to get Microsoft’s approval. This is not acceptable to your typical computer geek.
How would you like to be able to just edit a few text files or edit the registry and have a new display properties page with a gui for all the cool settings you have discovered? How about a control panel? Or integrated with Desktop Manager? Or as a standalone program running from the taskbar? You can do all 4 of them at the same time with Registry Tweak.
The help file is only available online and is directed at advanced users. Yet most system administrators will easily recognize the functions and their pros and cons. Functions are easily upgraded by downloading or altering the text-based database.
With such a powerful tool, we're not sure why it wasn't password-protected as similar applications are. This isn't a program for novices, but system administrators will greatly appreciate Registry Tweak's open approach. This freeware is a must-have for any power user or administrator.
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