Posted July 30, 2010 – 4:43 pm in: Freeware
While Windows 7 has been released with hundreds new features and improvements, tens of features that were available in its predecessor has been dropped from the newest version of Windows operating system.
For instance, Windows Media Player taskbar toolbar, Windows Mail client, and Vista Ultimate Extras aren’t part of Windows 7.
Fortunately, enthusiasts have come with workarounds and tools to enable those missing features in Windows 7.
Users who ever used the Ultimate edition of Vista probably aware of the awesome DreamScene feature, a feature which lets users set a video file as desktop background. Yes, the video wallpaper concept that we often see on today’s smartphones was first introduced with Vista.
As mentioned earlier, DreamScene isn’t part of Windows 7 and it’s not available for even Ultimate edition users. As we mentioned earlier, developers have come up with tools to add missing features to Windows 7.
Enabling the DreamScene feature in Windows 7 has become pretty simple, thanks to free tools like DreamScene Enabler. This tool is similar to the tool that we mentioned in our how to enable Vista Ultimate’s DreamScene feature in all editions of Windows 7 guide.
DreamScene Enabler is a simple tool designed to add DreamScene feature to Windows 7. The beauty of this tool is that it not only adds DreamScene to the Ultimate edition but also enables in all other editions. Another cool thing is that users who’re using an edition of Vista other than the Ultimate one can also use this tool enable the feature in all editions of Vista.
In simple words, DreamScene Enabler brings the beautiful feature to all editions of Vista and Windows 7. Using DreamScene Enabler is also dead simple. Right-click on DreamScene Enabler (.exe) file, click Enable button and then follow the onscreen steps to enable the feature.
You will asked to reboot the machine once to compete the procedure. The pack also comes with an instructions file. So, just go through it before using the tool. We recommend you create a system restore point so that you can easily remove all added files if required.
Thanks to Orbit30@win7vista for creating this tool.Tags: Vista
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