Friday, December 19, 2014 Settings Organizer 7 Free key Settings Organizer offers many Windows tuning and tweaking options in a small and easy to use program.

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Configure, secure, tweak, tune and speed up your system to the max! Settings Organizer offers many Windows tuning and tweaking options in a small and easy to use program including explanations to each single option so that even beginners can configure their system to let it behave the way they want.

Additionally, Windows includes complete and well-featured configuration and analyzing tools like MS Config or the so-called Computer Management Tool, that are nearly ‘hidden’ normally, even if it would make sense to use them from time to time. Settings Organizer allows you to execute these tools just with one click instead of researching the web for the right shell command to start it. Accelerate your Windows interface, close security lacks and make working with Windows just as easy as you want it to be – Settings Organizer is the mighty tool to do all these things!

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  • This program interests me as I have just faced a serious problem with my XP2 SP2 system. I lost all sounds through my headset and speaker. Eventually I went over the sound properties, etc and was able to restore it. If I could do everything through one interface, that would be a time saver. To activate the software you need to visit this link and provide your name and email address…

    I received an email instantly to my Hotmail account with a link to confirm my email address. Clicking the link took me to a page that told me to check my email again. When I did I had a message with my code. Kindof an around the block method but it worked. To be honest, I have never been impressed with this publisher or any of it’s offerings. It reminds me of a poor man’s Ashampoo. But I will take a look at this with my Wondershare Time Freeze on.

    On a side note I considered restoring from my image to cure my sound problem but found my image was 35 days old. That told me I need to update this more often. My advice is that you do the same. It’s would be no fun having to rely on a 35 day old image.

    Comment by dadams — December 19th, 2014 at 3:21 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-10) Reply
  • A “poor man’s Ashampoo” is an understatement. It appears to be just a collection of (standard) registry tweaks with a very basic user interface, and a confusing one at that. I’ve yet to decipher the complete list of tweaks but given the time wasted downloading and registering the program I’ve ran out of patience!

    Comment by Peter — December 19th, 2014 at 4:16 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+8)
  • Re #1: My laptop keeps losing the sound, too, and the only way I’ve found to fix it is to go to Device Manager and uninstall the sound card, then go to Add New Hardware and have it search for new devices. It finds the sound card and reinstalls it and I get sound again — at least until I reboot or shut it off and later start the computer, when I have to do it all again. I have no idea why it does it and because it’s an *old* XP machine that I rarely use and that I’m going to replace, I haven’t bothered digging into it. However, if the fix that works for me is of any use to you, I thought I’d mention it.

    Comment by Jeff — December 19th, 2014 at 3:46 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (-11) Reply
  • Installed and registered after to-ing and fro-ing with my e-mail account.

    Opened up to a long, long list of settings that can be changed on a computer, they can be filtered into various groups, beginners, advanced etc to make the list more manageable.

    As my Newfy friends would say there are more things you can change than you can shake a stick at, the only way to see if it will be any use to you is to actually download check it.

    I am going to keep it in the hope that something in there will make my old XP into something less cantankerous.

    If you are going to use it, use it carefully, on some of the selections it does warn you to be cautious, so enjoy but take care

    Comment by XP-Man — December 19th, 2014 at 4:17 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+6) Reply
  • The normal set-up file of
    “ Settings Organizer” is just about 386 Kb and It requires less than 1.5 Mb disk space. It has digitally signed valid certificate issued by COMODO Code Signing CA 2.

    The name of the program is correctly given as it does tweaking operation only on settings of various windows’ tool. If we look at the feature overview of this program we will find those are true. And there is one claim that it can access more than 185 hidden windows options and additional Windows programs.

    Some Points :

    *It’s true that within a Interface you can access many confiugration options but the options are marked as per there accessibility to Window XP / Vista / 7 / 8. So all options can not be explored in one system.

    * Features are sorted as advanced/beginner’s which is good.

    * Among 185 or more options all are not hidden actually . So many common and well-known options are also included. They can be tuned easily otherwise. And also some sub-options of a settings are given seperately which is done just to increase the nuber of options.

    The main point is this program just accumulate all available configuration options in a single loctation but all the tweaking have to be done by the users themselves. The optimum recommended value are not provided ( Basically for those hidden and uncommon features) .
    But Good thing is if you change any value as per your wish there is backup features to reverse the change.

    Comment by Jahid — December 19th, 2014 at 4:41 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (+9) Reply
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    Comment by Giovanni Mr FREE — December 19th, 2014 at 5:40 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0) Reply
  • From a long time I was waiting for such kind of product…Thanks to GAOTD guys….I got what I wich for…Voppeeee..

    Comment by Jack Daniels — December 19th, 2014 at 5:41 am Did you find this comment useful? yes | no (0) Reply
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