He works to make Windows XP (or Windows 2003 Server) graphically identical to Windows Vista. Everything is changed, the taskbar, windows, icons, the desktop, everything. And the best thing is that the system does not seem the least heavy (or only very small) Improvements in all these graphics.
The result is almost perfect. There are several programs that allow you to make equal XP to Vista, but I think this is the best.
Although a program (or rather a package of programs) sure enough, in theory, should not cause problems if uninstalled, I propose to set a restore point, you never know.
CoreTemp feature is that in case of multiprocessor systems (virtually all modern CPUs are multicore) shows the temperature of each core very precisely, without the backing of several more or less precise chip on the motherboard.
Are also given the model of the processor, the socket (478, 775, Socket A, etc..), the frequency at which the processor load level and the various Core.
CoreTemp does not require installation. Just start it, and immediately shows the temperature of your CPU.
BatteryBar is a good program that allows us to see the current status of the notebook battery, and above all it can calculate a good approximation of the remaining battery if you do not restore the mains supply. It easy to use, because the remainder estimate is given directly into the taskbar and desktop (and therefore nothing to do).
To this end, the study estimated an average use of Notebook user, and the remainder is calculated is quite precise. If, for example, suddenly sends the CPU to 100% converting a divx or playing any 3D game that makes full use of the machine, it is obvious that this residual term will be much more approximate.
There is also a paid version, called BatteryBar Pro, which has the possibility of a more detailed configuration, and above all gives the ability to set the visual and audible alarms when the battery drops below a certain level (which still costs very little less than 10 euros).
The free version, however, is fully functional.