GUI Add-Ons for Windows

Chances are you work with the graphical user interface (GUI) environment of your computer a great deal. Especially in the Windows, OS/2, and BeOS worlds, most major applications are GUI in nature—they use windows with menus to display their information, dialog boxes to interact with the user, and so on. As you use multiple OSs, you begin to see flaws in each OS's GUI environment—major or minor details of operation that you'd like to change. Even if you're laid back about such matters, you might want to make different GUI environments look or act more like one another, simply as a matter of consistency. After all, if you spend some time working with one OS and get used to its conventions, it can be jarring to boot into ...

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