Tweak UI is an application for Windows XP that changes the default user interface. Tweak UI is a free application that allows the user to customise the interface of the Windows OS. The application has been heralded for enabling users with older, slower computers to turn off many aspects of the operating system’s eye candy, such as fading menus, drop shadows, and cursor shadows.
Tweak UI Features
- Tweak UI has features to customise the way various base elements of the interface work, such as the taskbar and the desktop.
- The application also enables users to move the location of their Documents, Music and Pictures folders, as well as other system folders.
- It also includes various tools to repair elements of the operating system, such as icons, hot keys, the font folder, and file extension associations.
- It can be used to disable AutoPlay on one or more drives as well, which may be useful especially as external hard disk drives become popular.
Tweak UI can also set up Xmouse, a feature familiar to the users of the X Window System. Version 2.10 requires Windows XP Service Pack 1 or Windows Server 2003.
- Title: Tweak UI 2.1
- Filename: TweakUiPowertoySetup.exe
- File size: 147KB
- Requirements: Windows XP
- Languages: en-US
- License: Freeware
- Author: Microsoft Corporation www.microsoft.com
- Homepage: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/xp-downloads