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Show special icons in “My Computer”.

This setting enables you to set the icons you want to show in “My Computer” next to your hard drives. It's usually in the group “Other”.

Icon name “My Computer” can be changed.

You can change the icon name “My Computer” which is visible on Windows desktop to something else.

Change “My Computer” icon text on desktop.

You can display the name of the currently logged in user along with the computer name as “My Computer” icon text.

Rename Recycle Bin.

This setting can be used to change the name "Recycle Bin" to the name of your choice.

Rename Printers and Faxes.

This setting can be used to change the name "Printers and Faxes" to the name of your choice.

Rename Control Panel.

This setting can be used to change the name "Control Panel" to the name of your choice.

Rename Microsoft Outlook.

This setting can be used to change the name "Microsoft Outlook" to the name of your choice.

Hide Recycle Bin Properties option (For Current User).

This setting can hide the Properties option from context menu of Recycle Bin.

Selected options in Recycle Bin menu enabled

This setting enables you to display only selected options in the context menu of Recycle Bin.

Display general Windows icons on the desktop.

This setting enables the display of general Windows Icons.

Prevent display of “Internet Explorer” icon on desktop (For Current User).

You have a choice to display the desired standard icons on the Desktop. Through this setting you can hide the “Internet Explorer” icon from Desktop.

Displaying selected icons of Internet Explorer on desktop.

This setting enables you to display selected Internet Explorer icons on the desktop.

Prevent display of “My Computer” icon on desktop (For All Users).

You have a choice to display the desired standard icons on the Desktop. Through this setting you can hide the “My Computer” icon on the Desktop.

Do not save changed icon position on desktop (For Current User)

Users can change the positions of icons and place them anywhere on the desktop. Windows saves such settings even when the user logs off or restarts the system. This setting can let you disable such feature.

Hide “My Network Places” icon from Desktop and Windows Explorer.

You have a choice to display the desired standard icons on the Desktop. If you don’t use any network services, you can hide the “My Network Places” icon from Desktop and Windows Explorer.

Hide the “Display” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Display” system icon from the current applets group.

Prevent display of “My Network Places” icon on desktop (For All Users).

You have a choice to display the desired standard icons on the Desktop. If you don’t use any network services, you can hide the “My Network Places” icon from Desktop and Windows Explorer.

Prevent display of “My Documents” icon on desktop (For All Users).

You have a choice to display the desired standard icons on the Desktop. Through this setting you can hide the “My Documents” icon from Desktop.

Prevent display of “Internet Explorer” icon on desktop (For All Users).

You have a choice to display the desired standard icons on the Desktop. Through this setting you can hide the “Internet Explorer” icon from Desktop.

Hide Internet Explorer icon on desktop.

This setting lets you to hide the Internet Explorer icon on the desktop.

Rename Recycle Bin (For Win 98/ME).

This setting can be used to change the name "Recycle Bin" to the name of your choice.

Show special icons for “.CPL” files.

Windows show normally “.CPL” files with the default generic icon, but you can specify that Windows should use the icons inside each file.

Show special icons for “.DLL” files.

Windows show normally “.DLL” files with the default generic icon, but you can specify that Windows should use the icons inside each file.

Show generic icons for “.ICO” files.

Windows show normally “.ICO” files with the special icons i.e. icons inside each file, but you can specify that Windows should use generic icons.

Show special icons for “.ICL” files.

Windows show normally “.ICL” files with the default generic icon, but you can specify that Windows should use the icons inside each file.

Show special icons for “.OCX” files.

Windows show normally “.OCX” files with the default generic icon, but you can specify that Windows should use the icons inside each file.

Show special icons for “.VBX” files.

Windows show normally “.VBX” files with the default generic icon, but you can specify that Windows should use the icons inside each file.

Show generic icons for “.ANI” files.

Windows show normally “.ANI” files with the special icons i.e. icons inside each file, but you can specify that Windows should use generic icons.

Show generic icons for “.CUR” files.

Windows show normally “.CUR” files with the special icons i.e. icons inside each file, but you can specify that Windows should use generic icons.

Show miniature images as icons for “.BMP” files.

Windows show normally “.BMP” files with the default generic icon, but you can specify that Windows should use miniature image as icon of “.BMP” files.

Enable font smoothing

This setting enables the smoothning of font.

Enable cleartype font smoothing

This setting enables cleartype font smoothing.

Enable “ClearType” contrast resolution.

This setting enables you to adjust the “ClearType” contrast resolution for better results.

Change icon size

This setting is used to change the size for the icons to suit your desktop.

Change the default font of Windows interface.

This setting enables you to change the default font of Windows interface.

Enable only truetype fonts in Windows-based programs

This setting enables only TrueType Fonts in a Windows-based programs.

Hide the “Automatic Updates” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Automatic Updates" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “User Accounts” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "User Accounts" system icon from the current applets group.

Show the “Data Sources (ODBC)” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can show the "Data Sources (ODBC)" system icon in the current applets group.

Hide the “Date and Time” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Date and Time" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the Network Setup system icons from the “Control Panel”.

You can customize the display of Control Panel applets. With this setting you can hide all the Network Setup system icons from the current applets group.

Hide the “Accessibility Options” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Accessibility Options" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Power Options” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Power Options" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Game Controllers” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Game Controllers" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Add Hardware” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Add Hardware" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Internet Options” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Internet Options" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Keyboard” and “Mouse” system icons in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Keyboard" and "Mouse" system icons from the current applets group.

Hide the “Regional and Language Options” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Regional and Language Options" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Security Center” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Security Center" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Add or Remove Programs” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting you can hide the "Add or Remove Programs" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Sounds and Audio Devices” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Sounds and Audio Devices" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Speech” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Speech" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “System” icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "System" icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Phone and Modem Options” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting you can hide the "Phone and Modem Options" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Windows Firewall” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Windows Firewall" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Mail” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the "Mail" system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the passwords icon from the control panel (for current user)

This tweak lets you hide the Passwords icon from the control panel.

Hide the passwords icon from the control panel (for all users)

This tweak lets you hide the Passwords icon from the control panel.

Hide the “Mail” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Mail” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Licensing” system icon in Control Panel.

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Licensing” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Telephony” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Telephony” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Scanners and Cameras” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Scanners and Cameras” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Modems” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Modems” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Accessibility Options” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Accessibility Options” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Add/Remove Programs” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Add/Remove Programs” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Display” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Display” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Internet Options” and “Users” system icons in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Internet Options” and “Users” system icons from the current applets group.

Hide the “Regional Settings” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Regional Settings” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Game Controllers” system icon fin Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Game Controllers” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Mouse”, “Keyboard”, “Fonts” and “Printers” system icons in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Mouse”, “Keyboard”, “Fonts” and “Printers” system icons from the current applets group.

Hide the “Sounds” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Sounds” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Network” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Network” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “ODBC Data Sources (32 bit)” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “ODBC Data Sources (32 bit)” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Passwords” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Passwords” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “System” and “Add New Hardware” system icons in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “System” and “Add New Hardware” system icons from the current applets group.

Hide the “Desktop Themes” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Desktop Themes” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Date/Time” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Date/Time” system icon from the current applets group.

Hide the “Power Management” system icon in Control Panel (For Windows 98/Me).

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting, you can hide the “Power Management” system icon from the current applets group.

Remove all icons from Desktop (For All Users).

If you enable this setting, you can remove all shortcuts, files and applications from the desktop. In addition, it also disables the right-click menu on Desktop.

Remove “My Network Places” from desktop. (For All Users).

If you install a Windows Network on your PC, Windows will show the “My Network Places” icon on the desktop. This setting enables you to hide this system icon.

Alter the Recycle Bin icons

This setting enables you to alter the Recycle Bin icons.

Change the Vertical Icon Spacing

By using this tweak you are able to specify the number of pixels that appear vertically between icons.

Automatically View Thumbnails of Bitmap Files

Makes Explorer show a thumbnail version of bitmaps files in the current folder rather than the generic icon ordinarily used. This is a great way to preview .BMP files without having to open them first.

Remove the Shortcut Arrow.

This tweak is use to remove shortcut arrow icon.

Prevent display of “My Computer” icon on desktop (For Current User).

You have a choice to display the desired standard icons on the Desktop. Through this setting you can hide the “My Computer” icon on the Desktop.

Prevent display of “My Network Places” icon on desktop (For Current User).

You have a choice to display the desired standard icons on the Desktop. If you don’t use any network services, you can hide the “My Network Places” icon from Desktop and Windows Explorer.

Prevent display of “My Documents” icon on desktop (For Current User).

You have a choice to display the desired standard icons on the Desktop. Through this setting you can hide the “My Documents” icon from Desktop.

Hide all desktop items (For Current User).

This setting enables you to hide all icons on desktop including shortcuts and user-defined icons.

 
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