No, that's not a typo. The software is spelled Pitaschio, and it's not the only odd bit of English you'll find in the freeware utility. Initially developed in Japanese by a programmer known as ARA, Pitaschio was only recently released in English.
Pitaschio lets you tweak Windows XP or Windows 2000 in a variety of different ways to eliminate certain annoying functions, add keyboard or mouse shortcuts, customize your windows, and perform other similar system tricks.
Once you download the tiny 55K software and run it, a small "Pi" icon will appear in your Windows taskbar. To access Pitaschio's features, right-click on the icon to bring up a contextual menu. The features are split up rather randomly, with separate selections for managing your open windows, defining mouse shortcuts, accessing mouse and keyboard statistics, and using the generic "Tools" and "Settings" menus.… Read more