Install Vista on your computer and your initial desire will be to install your other software and get on with using your new operating system. What you don't realise is that the operating system you've just installed is a vanilla-installation and ships with drivers that were included on the original Vista installation CD, along with few operating system optimisations. The very first thing you should do is to install something such as RadarSync 2007 and check for new drivers, then install a tweaking tool and make optimisations.
VistaTweaker 0.3 is a Vista-specific tweaking and optimisation tool that is designed to make the most from your Vista operating system. You can hide items, enhance the installation and much more. There are few, if any, Internet-based optimisations. Take a look at another tweaking tool, TweakVI Basic, for further tweaking options.
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