Yeah from what I read at 3dspotlight.com, tweakfiles is gone soon.
The money that they get from ad banners has diminished as the banners aren't worth as much as they used to be. I think a spate of site deaths are on the books
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Losing tweakfiles is like losing an old friend. Whilst I have always used the site regularly, I am nostalgic about it too. I first came across it not long after getting my first computer. I have great memories of mid 1999 when I was starting to play around with home PCs (as opposed to work PCs!) - going to this site, pulling down files, playing with them - and learning!