What does SystemTweaker do?

Windows can be a difficult operating system to customize as it includes many pre-set configurations that are hard to adjust. Some settings are hidden in obscure or tough to access menus, while others require risky manual registry manipulation to change.

SystemTweaker is a safe and easy to use tool that lets you customize Windows to your taste. From Start menu tweaks to quick and easy changes to network behaviour, SystemTweaker comes packed with over 50 tweaks, all hand-picked to make your Windows experience a little more comfortable.

With SystemTweaker you can:
  • Streamline the Start and Control Panel menu to your taste
  • Adjust network settings to boost functionality and increase security
  • Tweak Windows start-up and shutdown rules
  • Customize right-click menu options
  • Access detailed system information
Take control of your Windows settings with one flexible tool

1. Overview

An easy to use interface puts you in control.

2. System tweaks

Choose from system tweaks.

3. Visual tweaks

System Information
Choose from visual tweaks.

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Need help?

SystemTweaker support Visit our support section for personal assistance on any one of our products. You will also find access to product manuals and a frequently asked questions section.

SystemTweaker resources:

SystemTweaker quick start guide For help on how to get started with SystemTweaker, download our easy to read quick start guide.

SystemTweaker update history:

SystemTweaker release notes Uniblue products are continuously improved through regular and automatic program updates. The main changes from one version to the next are mentioned as part of the product release notes