I'm always on the look out for better programs that involve the registry here im looking at the program called cablenut. This program has saved me a mess of time and strife with improving my net performance. Now, not many people have talked about this program here as far as my search results suggest so if you have seen this mentioned somewhere else then im sorry. So here i will give as full a report on this as i can, please add anything i miss.
OS support: 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
size: 0.8 MB
patches and add ons: 1 add on (98/2000/XP)
support available: forum, faq, and help file with program
Ease of use: Norm: 9/10 Adv: 7/10
This is determined only by how you go about changing the settings available. If you use a preconfiguration file that comes in either the main download or the add on then all you have to do is point and double click that file outside of the program and it will automatically be loaded into your registry. The other more difficult method lies in going into the program, which automatically shows your current settings, and edit them to whatever you think best, after which you save the changes to the registry and the program will prompt you to make a backup just in case...
save configuration as files
more adjustable settings than other programs
switches are displayed as variables
program is built more for heavy\advanced users although the occasional noob
could find their way around it
anyone else have anything to say about it?
whoops almost forgot the link!!