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Xtream UI

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Customized configuration of bbLean for the masses

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Xtream UI is designed to replace Windows Explorer using bbLean with custom configuration files and a simple style.

Because of the nature of the project, the build (32 bit / 64 bit) does need to be matched, because of this, the installer is locked to the intended platform.

Notice:
We do not build from source, we get precompiled binaries from the bbLean project, create customized configuration files, add our style, then create the installer, saving the end users the task of setting everything up.

We also include other software to replace functions built into Windows so that lighter and faster programs can be used instead of allowing sluggish and resource hungry programs built-in to Windows to run.

Note for the bbLean devs:
We mean no copyright infringement, we're simply attempting to make your work easier to use for the average user.

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Features

  • Customized configuration of bbLean
  • Uses Explorer++ as the default file manager

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, End Users/Desktop, Testers

User Interface

Project is a user interface (UI) system, Project is a window manager

Programming Language

C++

Registered

2013-02-03

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