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Hacking The Vista Screensavers

Long Zheng has posted instructions for changing the options in the screensavers that come with Windows Vista RC1. The screensavers don’t come with properties for you to change, but there are registry keys that can be modified to significantly alter them, like adding extra, thinner or thicker ribbons in the Ribbons screensaver. He’s even included the .reg files so you can, with just a click or two, activate the modifications he shows. Possibly, the shipping version of Vista will contain options for you to set, but if it doesn’t, at least you have the registry.
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September 12th, 2006 Posted by Nathan Weinberg | Vista, Windows, General | no comments



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