It’s been so long since last time I updated this project. Back then there was hardly reliable Windows 8 patches. Since I started to apply UxStyle memory patching in previous release, I planned to make complete memory patching build in next version so all Windows since XP can use this without trouble and now I can do this after releasing OS X Mavericks updates with Windows 8.1 support.
At first I planned to release this on X’Mas but considering previous version having critical problems like breaking Windows 8 activation, it’s better to release as soon as possible. Sorry I didn’t use Windows 8 back then so testing in virtual machine won’t know whether it breaks or not without being activated. In this release, all reported bugs are taken care off. Windows 8 x86 can use theme without trouble now Windows 8.1 is officially supported with start button modified for OS X ones as well. Upgrading to version 2.0 will also fix breaking activation bug without the need to applying patch or uninstall so it’s highly recommended to upgrade immediately.
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All Windows system settings are saved inside a database which is called the registry. It contains information and settings for various parts such as hardware, software, users, and preferences of your PC. The Windows registry is stored in the system on your hard disk. And like any file whenever Windows adds or deletes information in the registry, it becomes a little more fragmented. After that the data is physically scattered all over your hard drive .
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