Windows Enabler is a program that runs on Microsoft Windows 95/98/Me/NT4.0/2000. It allows the user to enable disabled windows and controls such as buttons and tickboxes and choose menu options that would normally be disabled. This is obviously a very dangerous practice if used recklessly but having said that, you’d be surprised at how often it comes in handy.Windows Enabler has a very simple user interface; it appears as an icon in the system tray and can be turned on and off simply by clicking on it. Windows enabler may be freely distributed as long as theentire package (or a superset) is distributed unaltered.
Windows Enabler is a very simple utility and does not ship with an install program. The installation process is simple; justcopy the two files (“Windows Enabler.exe” and “EnablerDLL.dll”) somewhere on your system and run “Windows Enabler.exe” to run the program. I normally place a shortcut to “Windows Enabler.exe” in my“Startup” program group so Windows Enabler is always available! Windows enabler does not make any registry entries or use any data files so uninstalling is accomplished by simply deleting its files(“Windows Enabler.exe” and “EnablerDLL.dll”).
Using Windows Enabler:
To run Windows Enabler execute the file “Windows Enabler.exe”; the simplest way to do this is to place a shortcut to it somewhere onyour system such as the desktop, the start menu or the “Startup” program group. When Windows Enabler is running you should see one of the following icons in the system tray: [pic] or [pic]. To exit theWindows Enabler right click on the icon and choose “Quit” from the popup menu. An about box can be displayed by right clicking on the icon and choosing “About” from the popup menu. Left clicking onthe icon toggles the Windows Enabler on and off. When the Windows Enabler is active the word “On” is superimposed on the icon as seen in the second icon above.
For example here is a dialog box...
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