Windows XP x86 system files bug is now fixed by reverting to old Resource Hacker for XP only. So if you had a problem with XP, please try the proper release.
Not so long after releasing version 4.0, Windows 10 comes out again with new icons. Thank god it’s only minor changes with new icons. There’s also one major bug in Windows 10 Transformation Pack 4.0 related to Windows activation. It worked fine on my PC during testing but after using it for a few days, I realized I was wrong. It looks like we can’t really tamper those branding files at all in Windows 8/8.1. So I fixed this bug along with some updates from Windows 10 build 10147.
I thought the last ones was a big update. I didn’t expect this release to be even bigger. It took a lot of time and effort to update a lot of things besides refreshing new icons in this release. Thanks to new Resource Hacker update, we finally get tray icons updated including battery and network icons! I also redesigned some XP updates as you saw in yesterday post. All system files related bugs should be gone in this release.
It took a while to investigate the cause of blank navigation pane bug and some failures in system files modification and other related bugs. In this release, I reviewed all bugs reported and source code to solve all found bugs and also make a big update for visual changes from new Windows 10 resources.
At last, a new home in Fidelizer-Audio.com website. Now I can focus making dedicated contents to Fidelizer and related audiophile projects since some potential customers are tormented by of ads from my original website hosting freeware projects. In new website, I focus only on what users want to read, what they want to see, and what they want to understand.