Microsoft originally released Tweak UI as a value add tool with Windows 98.
The first set of Windows PowerToys were made available for Windows 95.
Tweak UI was part of PowerToys and one of the most known Windows PowerToys to tweak the User Interface (UI).
With this tool you are able to change settings, which aren't reachable within Windows.
Now, after about 25 years, Microsoft has resurrected PowerToys for Windows 10 and Windows 11. Through the years and the various Windows versions, individual PowerToys have come and gone.
Tweak UI has never been seen since Windows XP again.
I brought it back as an internal tool for myself a year ago. This is also where my app ThisIsWin11 came from.
Today im releasing this little standalone tool under the name Tweak UIX. Its pumped with customization features and also options to remove unnecessary fat from Windows or even installing software packages.
The user interface is based on the classic Tweak UI app.
Nothing modern, fluent, Mica and UWP alike here. But it's not supposed to be.
The app is supposed to be simple, small in size, modular and understandable for everyone.
Just head over to the Github page and download the Tweak UIX app. It is completely transparent and open source.