Friday, 28 November 2008


Usually, we often complain when we use computers and other settings and then changed. For example, we taskbar, which is no longer a autohide. Or the Start menu shortcuts that his that we need to make Windows protected us from that change. The .......

open the Registry Editor, and into

HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ Current Version \ Policies \ Explorer.

Then do the steps below:
1. To make your Start Menu can not be changed, right-click your mouse and select [New]> (DWORD value]. Give the name of the DWORD Value name NoChange StartMenu. Fill it with the value 1. Thus the Start Menu will not be changed.

2. If you want the settings on your taskbar can not be changed, right click and select mouseAnda (New] [Binary value]. NoSetTaskbar Give the name, enter its Valve 01 00 00 00, so that when we click the right mouse on the Taskbar will there is a sentence "Due to restrictions in effect on this computer. Please contact your system administrator. "

As usual, backup your Registry before making changes to the registry. Congratulations to try.

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