System Utilities Tweaking Extensions for Windows

Extensions for Windows 1.0 for Windows

by Extensoft, Inc.

Avg. Rating 1.4 (41 votes)

File Details

File Size 15.2 MB
License Shareware, $49.95
Operating System Windows 2000/Server 2003/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 592
Publisher Extensoft, Inc.
Homepage Extensions for Windows

Publisher's Description

Extensions for Windows is the first community driven, modular, unofficial Windows upgrade for XP and Vista. It is an ever-expanding suite of productivity applications, tools and utilities that enhance your desktop's usability and Windows experience. The product is seamlessly integrated with Windows and feels like an operating system upgrade.

Latest Reviews

mikes1616

mikes1616 reviewed vBeta 2 on Jun 19, 2008

Price aside (it is actually free until August) this seems like a good piece of software. I have not figured out how to use the shortcut manager but the site is still under construction while they ramp up.

The sotware tools included are not by any means the "best" in their class, but so far they are definately "good enough" for most of my uses, saving me $100's of dollars on some of the software that I will need to renew my licenses for.

I give it a 3, for now, due to the fact that there is no help for several of the programs, but it is Beta. Looking forward to seeing how well they respond to requests.

BklynKid

BklynKid reviewed vBeta 2 on Jun 18, 2008

Without me even trying it. How can it be community driven yet shareware. Seems a little conflicting.

Yakumo

Yakumo reviewed vBeta 2 on Jun 18, 2008

Going on the screen shots this is the product that was used to produce the fake 'Windows 7' videos kicking about a few months back.

tabbed win explorer, Disk IO graph in task manager, disk usage explorer, screenshot application etc etc.

It all looks *very* cool, but there is no v64 version expected "till September" so I've had to write an FYI instead of a review for now.

Avg. Rating 1.4 (41 votes)
Your Rating
mikes1616

mikes1616 reviewed vBeta 2 on Jun 19, 2008

Price aside (it is actually free until August) this seems like a good piece of software. I have not figured out how to use the shortcut manager but the site is still under construction while they ramp up.

The sotware tools included are not by any means the "best" in their class, but so far they are definately "good enough" for most of my uses, saving me $100's of dollars on some of the software that I will need to renew my licenses for.

I give it a 3, for now, due to the fact that there is no help for several of the programs, but it is Beta. Looking forward to seeing how well they respond to requests.

BklynKid

BklynKid reviewed vBeta 2 on Jun 18, 2008

Without me even trying it. How can it be community driven yet shareware. Seems a little conflicting.

Yakumo

Yakumo reviewed vBeta 2 on Jun 18, 2008

Going on the screen shots this is the product that was used to produce the fake 'Windows 7' videos kicking about a few months back.

tabbed win explorer, Disk IO graph in task manager, disk usage explorer, screenshot application etc etc.

It all looks *very* cool, but there is no v64 version expected "till September" so I've had to write an FYI instead of a review for now.

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