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Edit Registry for another User in Windows 10

How to edit Registry for another User in Windows 10

Have you ever pondered over the question of how to modify the Registry settings of other Users in Windows 10? Well, Window users can edit and make changes to the registry settings for only the user account that is currently […]

Add Favorites to Windows Registry Editor

How to add Favorites to the Registry Editor in Windows 10

If you’re a regular user of the Registry Editor, then you may want to consider adding Favorites to make life much easier. You see, whatever changes are made to the Windows Registry are usually cleared whenever the user upgrades to […]

Stop Windows 10 from deleting Thumbnail cache

If you are a regular Windows 10 user and quite often use it to store hundreds of thousands of photos then, chances are you access them mainly via Thumbnail view. Other views like Details, List, and Icon seem to appear […]

Reg Converter lets you convert .reg file to .bat, .vbs and .au3

Reg Converter lets you convert .reg file to .bat, .vbs, .au3 files

The Registry Editor is an important built-in tool in the Windows OS that allows users to make different modification based on one’s requirements. From disabling Cortana to changing the default image editor, everything is possible with the help of Registry […]

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How to disable Windows key or WinKey in Windows 10/8/7

Pressing the Windows keys opens the start menu. Using combination’s of WinKey with other keys on your keyboard lets you perform many actions and commands that you perform with the mouse. These are the WinKey or Windows Key shortcuts, and […]

Sharing tab is missing in folder Properties on Windows 10

Sharing tab is missing in Windows 10 Folder Properties box

In Windows, if you right-click on any folder and select Properties, in the Folder Properties, you will several options such as General, Sharing, Security, Previous Versions and Customize. The Sharing tab allows a user to share a folder with other […]

change Keep-Alive time-out

How to change Keep Alive time out in Internet Explorer 11

Internet Explorer uses Connection Keep Alive time out headers to establish a persistent HTTP connection with a Web server, and reuses the same TCP/IP socket that was used to receive the initial request for a period of up to 1 […]