Adjust. Tweaking programs allow the user to change the behaviour of Windows or its programs to make them behave as the user would wish. TweakUi is one of the best known and is extremely useful. ALPHABET
a jump during which the rider twists the handlebars back and forth in mid-air, the more times the better. 1) to slightly injure a part of the body or the bike in a crash. "I tweaked my wrist when I fell." 2) to make a minor adjustment. "My brake pads were rubbing but I tweaked the cable and it went away."
To adjust an audio or video component so that it works at its very best. Also, a slang term for an audio extremist who dwells on the more mythical aspects of audio in preference to more rational beliefs that are substantiated by objective testing procedures.
a term used to describe small changes in the surroundings of a frame. If certain elements don't line up quite right, or a background doesn't blend with the foreground action, an animator will alter the picture slightly to make the scene appear more realistic. Wavefront - See Alias/Wavefront.
Tweak is a South African Pop-Punk band that hails from Johannesburg. The line up consists of brothers Garth (vocals, rhythm guitar) and Bugsy (drums), Chris (bass) and Mike (guitar). Their first album, The Romantic Lure Of Possum Worship, was also their breaking album in the South African scene.
To customize, tailor, adjust, rearrange, cajole, or otherwise mess with. More specifically, it means changing settings on a piece of hardware or software so that your needs are more closely attended to.
To tweak a piece of software or hardware means to customize it to your particular circumstances and operating environment. Tweaking usually involves configuring a number of settings. This ranges in difficulty.
Tweak is a graphical user interface (GUI) layer to the Squeak development environment, which in turn is an integrated development environment based on the SmallTalk-80 computer programming language. Tweak is meant to replace an earlier graphic user interface layer called Morphic.