TweakUI from Microsoft and X-setup Pro from http://www.xteq.com/ which is a very powerful Tweaker that Shelly may be along shortly to warn you about. It's very much worth having, in my opinion, just make sure you know what the changes are and how to undo them before you make them.
What is Servant Salamander 2.0? # It is a file manager for Windows 95, 98, Millenium, NT 4.0, 2000, and XP.
Why should Servant Salamander 2.0 be the one you choose? # It is small, fast, stable, and user-friendly. # It is similar to some widely used MS-DOS commanders like Norton Commander. # It supports drag&drop, right-click context menus, and clipboard operations with files. # It allows you to browse network drives without mapping (it supports UNC paths).
What are main features of Servant Salamander 2.0? # Two independent panels with directory listings. # Open plug-in architecture. # Directory listings always up to date. # Hotkeys for all functions. # Internal support for ZIP, RAR, ARJ, CAB, ACE, and TAR/GZIP archives. # Support for creating self-extracting archives. # The ability to view content of files (text, html, over 40 picture formats, mp3, etc.). # Command line for executing arbitrary commands through the system shell. # Support for long filenames, file type associations, and compression on NTFS volumes. # Internal viewer for up to 2 GB files with text and hex modes. # Easy handling even with files over 4 GB. # Changing case of filenames. # Very fast file and directory search. # User menu for all selected files and directories. # Online HTML help.
An older, and less capable, thought still good - freeware version: