8 Tools to Customize Your Windows 10

8 Tools to Customize Your Windows 10

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Windows 10 offers many customization options, but they are either difficult to access or require tinkering with Windows registry. Thankfully, there are many third-party tools that can make it easier to customize Windows 10 with just few clicks.

In today’s post, we will list down 8 tools you can use to customize Windows 10 according to your taste. Whether you are a pro Windows user or a novice, these tools should help you get the best Windows experience.

1. Winaero Tweaker

Winaero Tweaker basically offers a set of handy Windows features and tweaks in a single interface. It has been updated for Windows 10, so most of the tweaks you will see will be focused on fixing WIndows 10 nuisances. From hidden settings to registry tweaks, Winaero has everything to customize Windows 10 as you prefer.


Some of its customization options include color title bar, control animations, change icon style, disable Aero Shake/Aero Snap, stop Windows 10 from restarting after updates, Enable USB write protection, configure Windows update settings, customize hidden mouse settings, configure advanced boot options, change lockscreen background or disable lockscreen, see last login time, disable action center, disable live tiles, add power plans in context menu and dozens of other handy tweaks.

You should not have any problem configuring these options as each option has a detailed description of what it does and negative impact it could have.

2. MyFolders

A simple but very handy tool, MyFolders adds a context menu entry from which you can easily access all your favorite folders. Its interface allows you to add the folders and manage their location in the context menu.

Once all the folders are added, right-click anywhere and hover your mouse cursor over “MyFolders” entry. Move to “Go to” option and you will see all the folders that you have added. You can click on any folder to quickly open it.


You can also add or remove folders by right-clicking on the folder and selecting “Add/Remove folder”. Furthermore, there is also an option to open a command prompt window in select folders from the same menu.

If you want to quickly access different folders, then MyFolders is perfect for you.

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