Posts under Group Policy tag.

Change Group Policy Refresh Interval for Windows computers

The Group Policy in Windows allows administrators to set and enforce settings on their computer systems. By default Group Policy gets updated in background every 90 minutes, after a change is recorded in active object. But ig you wish you can […]

Disable or Enable Application Isolation feature in Windows 8

First introduced in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Printing Driver Isolation feature, removed an isolated driver from the print spooler process and loaded it into a sandbox. If an isolated driver experienced crash, the print spooler process would not […]

How to Enable or Disable Windows 10 Lock Screen

The Lock Screen in Windows 10 / 8 is pretty good to look at, but really not required on a PC or a laptop. Sure it has its use on a Tablet, where users may like to see notifications, date or time […]

Force Windows 8 To Have Hybrid Boot, Always On

One of the thousand new features of Windows 8 is “Fast Startup” that is also known as Hybrid Boot. We had a look at it a few days back. The work of this feature is to save the current kernel […]

Enable or Disable Toast Notifications in Windows 8

Windows users are familiar with the balloon notifications, which one saw in Windows 7 and earlier, near the task bar notification area or system tray. These balloon notifications helped inform users about the happening on their computer. While this was […]