TweakVI - have you had problems with it?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Onlooker, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. Onlooker

    Onlooker Guest

    Seems like a terrific assortment of utilities, so I
    installed it. I was extremely impressed with some of the
    features and claimed benefits, and wanted to spend time
    exploring, BUT:

    1. There's no customer support unless "registered", so
    no Q&A.

    2. Optimizing for the computer's CPU, there's options
    for a variety of P3, P4, Celerons, Core2Duo, etc. but
    nothing for Core Duo processors (like mine).

    3. The user interface is poor, with no way visible (on
    my display) to click BACK or navigate. One must X-out of
    a given screen, hoping to find a route to the next.

    4. The worst is that there is no way to talk with the
    publisher. Does anyone know of an external forum?
     
    Onlooker, Oct 31, 2007
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    Ballistic Guest

    Seems like a terrific assortment of utilities, so I installed it. I was
    well with vista i believe there is no real need to optimise the cpu, same
    thing for my laptop, i have a amd processor that isn't in the list. so i
    choose not to optimise it, and to me there is no need my cpu is plenty fast
    only problem i have is lack of ram, which the last factory restore worked
    wanders for me, my pc is as fast as when i had the ram upgrade, but now i
    have 1 gb less than before, the only thing is i have less memory so i can't
    have as much program as before. point is i don't believe you need to do
    this, unless your pc is slow.
    correct i had this program for a long time, and went through several updates
    of their free program, and it's always been like that, it's actually nice
    you get used to it, because by closing it you are actually saying save and
    close, theres no need really for a back button.
    sorry can't help you there, but trust me just keep using it, and you will
    see these things will no longer disturb you, the only thing that can disturb
    you is a little bug, which might have been fixed in the last upgrade, the
    "remove task manager from taskbar" would always turn it self on when the
    program was loaded, but i haven't seen this issue in a while, so i think
    it's fixed.
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    Ballistic, Oct 31, 2007
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    MacArthur Guest

    MacArthur, Oct 31, 2007
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    Ballistic Guest

    WHAT? what does have to do with it. that's two separate issue.

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    foolproof is to underestimate the ingenuity of complete fools. -Web

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    Faults -Everyone
     
    Ballistic, Nov 1, 2007
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