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WinSecret: User friendly tool for editing hidden features of Windows XP and Vista

Wish to improve your internet speed, change display message at Windows logon, wish to change OEM info or wish to add special menu into Windows context? All thee requires registry editing. Unfortunately registry is not a friendly place for most people. Editing the registry should be done with care, and as with as much understanding as possible, a wrong value in the registry may cause unpredictable problems to your system. But with WinSecret, any one can do all these very easily.

TweakNow WinSecret is free tool that gathered the most popular Windows XP and Vista registry settings and provide them in an easy and safe user interface. All settings are divided into different category such as Application, Control panel, Windows Core, OEM info, etc. and can make changes quite easily with the associated help file. Any changes can undo with a click if anything went wrong.

For example, if you wish to change OEM Information in order to customize Windows registration information displayed in System Properties, this tool would be useful. You can add manufacture’s logo, computer model, manufacture’s name and other information to system properties.

TweakNow WinSecret can be downloaded (4.35Mb) from www.tweaknow.com. Minimum requirement for this program is Windows XP and Windows Vista.

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