Permanent Title Bar Changer 3.2.7 Crack Plus Keygen
Windows NT, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP
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Permanent Title Bar Changer is an easy-to-use program that, as the name implies, gives you the possibility to edit the title bar of your active windows. You can use it to personalize commonly accessed applications, for example. The tool doesn't implement complicated options or customization preferences, making it accessible to all types of users.
The setup procedure is a fast and easy job. As far the interface is concerned, Permanent Title Bar Changer adopts a small window with a plain appearance and neatly organized structure, which has a global keyboard shortcut assigned for bringing it up on the screen seamlessly, regardless of the environment you're currently working in.
All you have to do is write the old text of a title bar, along with the new one you want to replace it with. It's possible to add as many entries as you want to the list, change their order, as well as to enable or disable case sensitive mode.
All modifications are committed with the click of a button, and the the title bars remain changed for as long as Permanent Title Bar Changer is running. You can switch to its main window only by triggering the right key combination (Alt + Shift + F9).
Worth noting is that it's not necessary for a window to be active when writing its old and new title, since the changes are retained by the system and carried out automatically when the window in question becomes active.
No error dialogs popped up in our tests, and the software program didn't hang or crash. It had minimal impact on computer performance, running on low CPU and RAM.
To sum it up, Permanent Title Bar Changer offers a simple solution to editing the title bars of any running programs. The only inconvenience here is that there is no other way of bringing back its configuration panel on the screen after clicking the "Start" button, unless you've remembered the key combination. This way, you might be tricked into thinking that the tool is not, in fact, working.
On top of that, its price seems too much when taking into account its limited set of features. It hasn't been updated for a long time.