Paul Thurott is linking to a post by Koroush Ghazi on Tweakguides.com that highlights and purports to resolve some of the Vista annoyances we’ve all come to
loathe love. In addition to tweaks that you can make, you’ll find some interesting history on how Windows XP was received when it was released. He’s also touting a 268 page page PDF called TweakGuides Tweaking Companion for Windows Vista for those who want to delve deeper. Koroush says he’s out to quash the myths by presenting the facts in an objective context.
So, if you’ve been bugged by disk thrashing, folders that change views magically, UAC prompts, and other Vista vagaries, you might want to check out the article.
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