Posts under Group Policy tag.

Check for updates button is missing in Windows 10

Some users have reported that after they must have updated to a newer version of Windows 10, they find that the Windows Update section is missing from the Update & Security tab – and instead, the top item on the […]

Windows 10 Creators Update

Administrative Templates (.admx) for Windows 10 v1909

The Administrative Templates (.admx files) for Windows 10 v1909 November 2019 Update are now available for download the Microsoft Download Center. The Administrative templates for Windows 10 v1909 support Windows Server 2012, 2012 R2, 2016, Windows Server 2008, Windows 8.1, […]

Administrative Templates for Office

Administrative Templates for Office 2019, Office 365 ProPlus

Just like any other features in Windows, the Group Policy settings also available for Microsoft Office 2019, and Office 365 ProPlus, Office 2019, and Office 2016. If you are an IT person, you can make use of Administrative Templates from […]


How to open Group Policy Editor in Windows 10

The Windows 10 Group Policy Editor is a vital configuration editor that allows you to change settings organization-wide. Primarily it’s designed to IT admin can change advanced settings of a remote computer. However, if you have an administrator account, you […]

Configure Google Chrome using Group Policy

Configure Google Chrome using Group Policy in Windows 10

Google Chrome is the world’s most used web browser according to statistics. But the main thing that gives the Internet Explorer an edge over it is the fact that it can be configured and calibrated using Windows Group Policy Editor. […]

repair a corrupt Group Policy

How to repair a corrupt Group Policy in Windows 10

If the changes made by you using Group Policy Editor are not reflected on the client machine, and you receive errors that may point to the fact that your Windows system is not able to read Group Policy file (registry.pol), […]

Prevent Microsoft Edge from starting and loading

Stop Windows 10 from preloading Microsoft Edge on Startup

Microsoft replaced their legendary Internet Explorer with Microsoft Edge, a brand new browser built for the Modern Web. Since its release, Microsoft has been pushing users to give Microsoft Edge a try and probably make it their primary browser since always. […]

Windows Defender is turned off by Group Policy

Windows Defender is the default anti-virus on Windows 10. It’s good enough for most major cases. Therefore, you won’t need a third-party option unless for extreme cases which are quite rare. Not to mention, Windows Defender is not a resource […]

How to integrate Firefox with Windows Group Policy

Mozilla has shipped the support for Windows Group Policy Support. Firefox 60 is the next Extended Support Release of Firefox browsers releases which replaces Firefox ESR 52.x. Firefox ESR 52.x is the last official version of Firefox that will be […]

How to add Group Policy Editor to Windows 10 Home Edition

Group Policy is a Windows feature that lets network administrators modify and change some of the advanced Windows settings. And not just network computers, local Group Policy can be used to change advanced settings on a standalone PC as well. […]

Completely disable Web Search in Windows 10 using Group Policy

Microsoft has integrated Bing web search in Windows 10/8.1, in addition to the native search available in previous Windows editions. Thus when you search for anything on your Windows computer, if you’re connected to the web, Bing web search results […]