Neelix schrijft: "Cnet heeft onder de pompeuze naam "Windows 98 Hacks" een leuk artikeltje gemaakt over allerlei tweaks voor Windoze 98. De meeste ken je waarschijnlijk wel, maar toch handig om dat allemaal eens op een rijtje te zien.":
By now you think you know Windows 98 like the back of your hand. You've shut off the annoying Active Desktop, your underwater desktop theme is gurgling away, and you've even learned to foil snoopers by deleting items from your Documents menu.
But before you declare yourself master of your OS domain, read our tricks, which will make all of those tweaks look like child's play. CNET editors spent a while lurking behind the scenes of our PCs, getting our hands grimy with code. That's right, we're going to show you how to hack Windows 98. By the time we're through, you'll be able to make some real changes to your OS, from tweaking the size of the performance-robbing virtual cache to renaming the Recycle Bin.
What's involved in hacking, you ask? For the most part, it's a matter of editing the system configuration files collectively known as the Registry--an arcane collection of settings called keys and codes, all of which are gibberish to the untrained eye.
Does Microsoft approve of hacking the Windows Registry? Absolutely not. Can hacks damage your system? You betcha. Should that stop you from getting your hands dirty? Not if you're ready to take a bit of a risk for some refreshing changes. Just stick with us; we'll show you how to stay out of trouble.
Ready for a Registry revolution? OK, let's get hacking!
OK je hebt wel zin om effe in je register te wroeten? Check het hele artikel dan hier.