Trying to make Windows Vista Explorer show previews for more file types used to be a pain and involved playing around with the registry. At mintywhite.com, we like to do things the easiest way possible, and that’s exactly what we’ll do with this hack.
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Blend allows you to manually select the transparency for individual programs by either entering the executable path or dragging an icon onto the window you want to tweak.
Blend is a system tray utility takes up very little memory (3 MB or less), and has simple but highly-configurable options.
If you have installed the Windows Search 4 update for Vista (currently a “preview” release) you can also enable “Index Now” functionality.
Logon Studio, created by the Stardock team lets you customize your Windows Vista (also available for Windows XP) logon screen. Choose from many styles that will make your computer stand out from the crowd.
When you save images to or upload images from different folders, it can be a pain to navigate to them – especially when you switch between two or more different folders frequently. In this guide you will learn how to put a simple context menu that will let you select folders that you define.
With Amnesty Generator, you can easily convert millions of web widgets, games and videos – designed to live on home pages, blogs or MySpace – into gadgets for your Sidebar. If you like widgets on the web, you’ll love them on your Sidebar. In this guide you will learn how to do get this software working on your PC.