1st February 2010, 02:28 #11
S'alright!! Glad to be of service (although, feeling like a guinea pig kinda ****s).
1st February 2010, 03:12 #12
The updated bits have been uploaded. The download link now points to this new file.
1st February 2010, 03:20 #13
Very cool - and it works perfect. Thanks for another great freeware util (I have the FixIE, FixWin, and FixMSE utils - I think I'll be trying some of your other creations, also.
1st February 2010, 20:52 #14
What about supporting XP and Vista? I dont intend to buy 7 OS
1st February 2010, 22:10 #15
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7th February 2010, 13:06 #17
SMART (Service Management And RealEasy Tweaking) Utility has been updated to v 1.2a and now includes support for Windows Vista and XP too.
Thanks for the wonderful effort LW
7th February 2010, 17:17 #18
If anyone has any errors with the new version please let me know. I couldn't fully test the xp tweaks as I upgraded the Tablet I had XP on to Windows 7 due to some trouble with old drivers. I also added a System Restore function to the new version and I highly recommend that anyone that tweaks their computer create one before doing any tweaking, be it with this application or any other tweaks you may try. With that I hope everyone enjoys the new version with the new added support for XP and Vista.
I may release a Windows Server 2008 edition separate from this one. If anyone would like to see a version let me know. The settings work different for it and more feasible for it's own application
9th February 2010, 02:09 #19
Just a question: what happens if you use this program on XP or Vista? And why is the font for the buttons so tiny?
9th February 2010, 15:03 #20
Originally Posted by anonymous
The program is compatible with XP SP3, Vista SP2, Windows 7
32 Bit and 64Bit. Will work on all versions of each OS
The way the application works isn't the same as the registry files that people use. This does not change registry settings. It will search for the services installed and handle them using WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation) just as you do if you use the built in Windows Services Console.
I may release a Documentation to show what it searches for in each version to give people a little more insight
The font is the way it is because of button size. I didn't want to create a larger application so I arranged each to be compact as this is a Portable Application. Maybe in a future release I may make it larger but for now it just seemed feasible to keep everything in line the way it is
Also if you are unsure of the application, just to feel safe you can also create a restore point before applying any settings to rollback if you don't like the results