XdN Tweaker!

XdN Tweaker!

Advanced options to tweak Windows


  • Some really good tweaks


  • Looks more promising than it is

Not bad

The overall feeling after testing XdN Tweaker! is disappointment. As a "tweaker", I expected to have more options –and also more interesting ones- to customize my operating system, and not just being able to remove context menu commands or disable Outlook Express's splash screen.

In spite of the fact that I found most of the included tweaks in XdN Tweaker! not really that useful, there are some interesting ones, like the possibility of adding new commands to context menus or the very necessary file association management that enables you to control which program opens what.

On the upside, XdN Tweaker! is very easy to use and includes the option to undo all the changes you make.

XdN Tweaker is a free tweaking program. See what it enables you to do:

  • Changes the number of Folder views Windows saves.
  • Resets the folder views Windows has saved.
  • Add/Remove classic Windows 2000 user control panel icon.
  • Disable/Enable 'SendTo' right-click menu.
  • Allows you to adjust and tweak TCP/IP settings.
  • Disable/Enable ZipFolders.
  • Disable/Enable the Outlook Express/Windows Mail splash screen.
  • Put the File menu above the Back/Forward buttons in IE7.
  • Remove or Replace the Search box in IE7.
  • Disable/Enable User Account Control prompts under Vista.
  • Disable/Enable the "- Shortcut" text under Vista.
  • Attempt to force Vista to better save folder views.
  • Disable/Enable Windows Media Player Explorer context menus.
  • Add/Remove "Take Ownership" to right-click menus under Vista.
  • Disable/Enable the Documents item on the Classic Start Menu.
  • Turn off the annoying full screen "black" UAC prompt.
  • Add/Remove the Network Connections icon to Control Panel

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User reviews about XdN Tweaker!

  • by Anonymous

    Good functionality but low utility.
    I agree with the opinion of Ms. Elena Santos.MOst of the tweaks are already ...   More