Add Copy, Paste and Delete Buttons to Windows 7 Explorer toolbar

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  1. Que coisa comigo não funcionou o que será que estou fazendo de errado pois não muda em nada. Estou esperando por isso já há muito tempo e agora que apareceu que fazê-lo funcionar. Grato espero que me ajudem talvez tenha uma forma de só adicionar esse registro pra não ficar quebrando a cabeça.

  2. Did you take full control of the registry key?
    Did you find the required registry key?
    And were you able to create the registry subkey with the specified value?

    Where did you get stuck. Please let me know.

  3. Yeah that got me too. The name should be TasksItemsSelected. In the instructions it’s missing the ‘s’ on Tasks. Nice catch Steve! I guess that’s what I get for copy & pasting. LOL

  4. I did what you said but it didn’t work. Took full control of key, found key, created subkey with the value you said. Close regedit and opened Windows Explorer. The fields didn’t show up.

  5. Strange, I did this a couple months ago & got it working pretty easily. I just reformatted my computer last week & now for some reason I can’t seem to get it working now though. 🙁 Followed all directions as I did last time. Although last time I needed to take control of the key & this time it didn’t make me, but changes were applied to registry.

  6. I too had been searching for a method/hack to add a “delete” button and similar Windows XP styled icons to Windows 7 x64 Windows Explorer toolbar with no success (save for the aforementioned registry hack). A couple of weeks ago, a friend told me about a wonderful little FREE utility called, “Classic Shell”. Classic Shell is a collection of features that were available in older versions of Windows but as everyone knows were inexplicably removed from Vista and Windows 7. It has a classic start menu for Windows 7, it adds a toolbar for Windows Explorer and supports a variety of smaller features. The latest version is 3.3.0. Simply run a Quick Google search to download a copy. It works absolutely perfectly and you will not be disappointed!

  7. I cant generate the registry key because I haveno permission but I am the administrator. I also tried to change permissions for they key but also without any success. Has anybody any idea or is this just forbidden cause of Microsoft?

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