There is no shortage of programs that tweak settings in Windows Vista WinBubble is another addition to the growing assortment of tweakers, and not a bad one it is.
(Update: most features are compatible with recent versions of Windows as well, and some features only available for newer versions of Windows).
The tweaks are displayed as a series of tabs that you browse one after the other to explore what the program offers, and to make modifications to the system using the tweaks that it supports.
Each tab displays a huge list of settings and options that change a tremendous amount of things in Windows. The Security tab alone for instance displays 33 check boxes which allow you to hide drives, hide or disable settings in Internet Explorer or disable writing to USB drives on the system.
This many options can be confusing at first, especially for inexperienced users. Each tab displays a help icon that you can click on to load a page on the developer website listing what each tweak does.
This is quite useful even for experienced users as it may not always be clear what a tweak does based on its description alone.
Here is a short overview of the different groups of tweaks the program offers:
The summary scratches just on the surface of what the program offers.
WinBubble is a massive tweaking program for Windows that lists hundreds of different tweaks and tools to manage and customize Windows.
The developer took a hiatus a couple of years ago, but started development again after a while. WinBubble is compatible with all recent versions of Windows.
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