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A complete tweaking program for Windows.

Now available for Windows 8.

Only 15 USD.




TweakNow PowerPack is a fully-integrated suite of utilities that let you fine-tune every aspect of your computer's operating system and Web browser. The Registry Cleaner module provides you with a safe and simple way to clean Windows Registry. To keep your computer always at top performance, we recommend to clean your registry at least once a month. For Windows tweaking lovers, the suite provides more than 100 hidden Windows settings in the Windows Secret section. read more...


Mountain Lion Secrets: Explore the secret of Mac OS X Mountain Lion
Version 1.0.0, posted on January 23, 2013

Thinking to customize your Mac OS X Mountain Lion installation but feeling intimidated by the Terminal Window. Have no worry anymore because our Mac team at TweakNow has developed special application to help you customizing and optimizing your Mac OS X Mountain Lion installation. With our Mountain Lion Secrets Application, various hidden settings on Mac OS X Mountain Lion can be accessed through a simple and user-friendly user interface without touching the Terminal at all. To give you more peace in mind, the program also includes backup feature that can be used to revert any change you previously made with the program. read more...


TweakNow RegCleaner: The fastest and the most reliable registry cleaner program available today
Version 7.2.5, posted on January 14, 2013

The Registry is a heart and soul of any Windows system. It contains information that controls how your Windows appears and how it behaves. Most applications today use registry to store configuration and other important data. When you install application, new registry entries created. These entries should be deleted automatically when you uninstall the application. Unfortunately, it does not always work that way. Sometimes you find that several applications fail to remove their own registry entries. These entries will become obsolete. read more...


TweakNow DriveShortcut: Create Shortcut for CD/DVD or USB Disk on the Desktop
Version 1.1.0, posted on May 17, 2012

On Mac or Ubuntu, every time you plug an external hard disk into your computer, an icon that represents the newly plugged hard disk added to the desktop. This icon will be automatically removed when the drive is unplugged. The same thing happens for CD or DVD. That is a simple but neat feature. With TweakNow DriveShortcut we try to bring this feature to Windows. read more...


TweakNow HD-Analyzer: Find out which Files or Folders are Taking-up the Most Space of Your Hard-disk
Version 1.0.0, posted on April 10, 2012

Your computer might come with one or two terabyte of hard disk capacity. It looks like a lot of space at first, but soon you will realize that even the largest hard disk capacity available today is not enough for you. How is that possible? Computer today is more than just a working device. People use it more for social activity and entertainment than for doing a real job. Not really surprising that within a year or two, most part of your hard disk is already populated by a large number of photos, videos, music, applications, and games collections. read more...


FreeRAM Booster: Clean, optimize, and free up memory to prevent Mac OS X Lion running slow
Version 1.0.2, posted on February 03, 2012

After opening multiple applications or multiple tabs in Safari you may find your Mac becomes sluggish and unresponsive. This is because your Mac does not have enough RAM to support all of those tasks to run smoothly. Adding more RAM to your Mac would be an ideal solution, but if somehow you’re not able to do that a memory management program is what you need. read more...


TweakNow SecureDelete: Permanently destroy data from your computer
Version 1.0.0, posted on September 24, 2010

As you may already know that there are a lot of free and commercial undelete programs available on the internet. You may wonder how those undelete programs can magically bring back deleted files. Well, that's not really a magic at all. When you empty recycle bin in order to permanently remove deleted files from your hard disk, Windows does not actually remove them. Instead, for performance reason, Windows simply mark the location of deleted files on hard disk as unoccupied and reserve them for future writing. read more...