TweakNow’s WinSecret – Explore Dozens of System Tweaks and Tools
TweakNow’s WinSecret bundles a lot of system tweaks and tools into one interface. It helps people who don’t feel comfortable editing the registry take advantage of some of the great performance and stability tweaks inside Windows without having to use RegEdit or system consoles. It also includes system cleaners, a startup manager, and an uninstaller.
If you need to tweak some aspect of Windows then you could hunt around various properties dialogs, Control Panel applets, command line tools and the Registry, looking for the appropriate setting.
Click Windows Secret and choose the Windows Explorer option, for example, and you’ll find useful options you can add to the Explorer right-click menu. “Copy to” and “Move to” make it easier to copy and move files, for instance; Command Prompt opens a command prompt window at the selected directory; and Encrypt and Decrypt options let you encrypt or decrypt files or folders in a couple of clicks (as long as your version of Windows supports this).
If you’re more concerned about broadband performance, then take a look at the Network & Internet section. It lets you tweak many essential settings, including Time To Live, SACK, MTU, black hole detection, and more.
And elsewhere are sections to tweak the Windows logon process, your desktop, Start menu, system folder locations, and more. As ever with tweaking tools, it’s best to make just one or two changes at a time so you can keep track of what you’re doing.
TweakNow WinSecret 2011 always backs up the original Registry settings before it makes any changes. If you realize you’ve made a mistake, and then click Restore Backup, choose the last backup file and any tweaks you made will immediately be reversed.
The registry is a special file in your hard disk that hold most of Windows settings data. Wish to improve your internet speed or display message at Windows logon, those tasks can easily be done by simply editing the registry value. Unfortunately registry is not a friendly place for most people. Changing a wrong value in the registry may cause an unpredictable problem to your Windows. This is why novice users should not edit registry value directly using a Registry Editor by them self.
All settings are divided in the following sections:
- Control Panel
- Network & Internet
- Special Folders
- Start Menu
- User Accounts
- Windows Core
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