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Winaero Tweaker On Windows 11

Winaero Tweaker


Winaero Tweaker on Windows 11

Winaero Tweaker is a free app for all versions of Windows that lets you adjust (i.e. tweak) hidden secret settings that Microsoft does not let you adjust from the user interface. In addition, it allows you to add extra value to existing Windows apps and tools with advanced context menus, options, and handy commands.

It is a powerful system utility that supports Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10, and Windows 11 and includes hundreds of settings. It also includes many options that were earlier available exclusively in my standalone applications.

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Besides Winaero Tweaker, there are a number of other useful freeware tools created by Winaero. Check them out here: Winaero apps. Continue reading

Cloudflare: Firefox has 5.9% share on the browser market

According to Cloudflare Radar, Firefox's share rose to 5.9%, showing an increase of 0.1% in the last 7 days and 0.11% in a month. The share of Chrome is 30.3%, Chrome Mobile - 26.7%, Mobile Safari - 11.1%, Chrome Mobile Webview - 6.1%, Edge - 4.7%, Facebook - 3.4%, Safari - 3.4%. These values are much different from Statcounter, which currently shows Firefox's share is declining to 3%. Continue reading

Start Screen Color Tuner 1.1 is available

Despite Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 are no longer supported by Microsoft, here's an updated version of my classic app, Start Screen Color Tuner 1.1. The release doesn't app anything new besides a bug fix. A user reported that the app fails to detect Windows 8.1 to him. I checked out the source code and found out that the manifest file is not part of the project. So I re-added it and recompiled the app.

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Microsoft Edge is getting ‘minimal toolbar experience’

A new feature 'minimal toolbar experience' is landing in Microsoft Edge. When enabled, it moves the user profile icon from the toolbar to the tab row. In developer's opinion, this makes the toolbar look less cluttered. The new home for the profile button may be just the beginning of something greater. Eventually, Microsoft could end up with some redesign with here the UI is optimized for productivity and doesn't include anything that can interfere with your important tasks.

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