Add or Remove 'Add to Windows Media Player list' Context Menu in Windows 10 allows you to remove or restore both 'Add to Windows Media Player list' and 'Play with Windows Media Player' Context Menu items.
Add or Remove Maximum processor frequency contains the registry files to show or hide the 'Maximum processor frequency' option power settings in Windows 10, which is hidden by default. You can also make these changes using PowerShell, as explained in this tutorial.
Add or Remove 'Select Power Plan' Context Menu contains the registry files to add Power Saver, High Performance, Ultimate Performance (if available), and Balanced Power plans to your Context Menu to switch between plans easily.
Add or Remove Burn disc image Context Menu in Windows 10 contains the registry files to add a Context Menu item that appears when you right-click on an ISO or IMG file to immediately open Windows Disk Image Burner.
Add or Remove Intel HD Graphics Desktop Context Menu contains the registry files to remove or add the Context Menu item, IntelÂ® Graphics Settings that is added when you download and install Intel video card drivers.
Add or Remove the Classic Personalize Context Menu uses a registry file to restore the option to jump directly to some of the classic personalization settings instead of directly to Settings as explained in our tutorial.
Add Primary NVMe Idle Timeout to Power Options contains the registry files to unhide the Primary NVMe Idle Timeout option. The option specifies the amount of time your NVMe device must be idle before transitioning to the primary non-operational power state. You can also make the changes in the registry or PowerShell, as explained in our tutorial.
Add Repair Windows Image Context Menu in Windows 10 contains the registry files to add Repair Windows Image to your Context Menu. The two suboptions added are Check health of Windows Image, and Repair Windows Image.
Add System File Checker Context Menu in Windows contains the registry files to add or remove System File Checker or SFC / Scan Now to the Context Menu. Microsoft System File Checker is a useful, built-in utility that can scan for and restore corrupted files in Windows.
Add Windows Defender to the Context Menu in Windows 10 contains the registry files to add Windows Defender to your Context Menu so you can access Windows Defender to scan a file or folder, and access Windows Defender and Security from the Desktop.
Are You Sure You Want to Run This File Registry Fix disables the prompt for most file types that pop up a window saying "The publisher could not be verified. Are you sure you want to run this software?"
Clear ALL Recent Documents in WordPad contains the registry files to delete all of your recent documents listings in WordPad. You can also remove individual document history listings by following our tutorial.
Could Not Reconnect Network Drives Notification Registry Files contains two registry files to enable or disable the 'Could Not Reconnect All Network Drives' Notification in Windows 10 as explained in this guide.
Disable App Launch Tracking in Windows 10 contains the registry files to disable 'Let Windows track app launches to improve Start' and search results' and 'Show most used apps setting's in the Start Menu.
Disable Clipboard History in Windows 10 can enable or disable the clipboard history in Windows 10 in just one click. You can also disable the clipboard history in Settings, Group Policy Editor, or the Registry, as explained in our tutorial.
Disable Featured or Suggested Apps from Automatically Installing on Windows 10 stops Windows 10 from installing promoted apps. Some of these apps include Candy Crush, Minecraft, Twitter, NetFlix, Pandora, FarmVille2, and more. They are annoying and obtrusive. Not any more.
Disable Game Recording and Broadcasting in Windows 10 contains the registry files to disable or enable the Windows Game Recording and Broadcasting features of Game DVR, Game bar, and broadcasting for all users in Windows 10.
Disable or Enable Timeline in Windows 10 contains the registry files to disable or enable the Timeline feature in Windows 10. You can also use Group Policy Editor or edit the registry yourself by following our tutorial.
Disable or Enable User Account Control contains the registry files to disable or enable Enable User Account Control (UAC), which can be helpful when installing blocked apps with error messages, including "This App Has Been Blocked for Your Protection."
Disable Right-Click Context Menu in Windows 10 Start Menu contains the registry files to disable or enable right-clicking in the Windows 10 Start Menu. You can also edit the registry or use Group Policy Editor, as explained in our tutorial.
Disable Steps Recorder in Windows 10 contains the registry files to simplify disabling or enabling Steps Recorder. You can also make the changes manually in the registry or Group Policy Editor, as explained here.
Enable Mapped Drives in Elevated PowerShell and Command Prompt contains the registry files to enable mapped drives when running the PowerShell and Command Prompt as Administrator, which is disabled by default.
Enable or Disable Possibly Unwanted Applications Protection contains registry files that can quickly enable or disable "Possibly Unwanted Applications Protection" in Windows Defender as explained in this guide.
Enable or Disable Shared Experiences in Windows 10 contains the registry files to enable or disable Shared Experiences in Windows 10. You can also make the changes in Group Policy Editor as explained here.
Windows 10 will download the latest drivers in Windows Update, but they tend to run late, making it a poor choice for gamers and power users. Enable or Disable Windows 10 Driver Downloads contains the registry files to disable Windows 10 driver downloads.
Enable the Old Volume Control in Windows 10 is a registry hack to turn on or off the Windows 7 and 8 style Volume Control applet in the system tray. Alternatively, you can manually edit the registry and apply this yourself with this step-by-step guide.
Enable Verbose Messages can show or hide detailed Windows messages whenever you start, restart, shutdown, login, or logout. You can also manually edit the registry or use Group Policy Editor, as explained here.
Hide Firewall & Network Protection in Windows 10 contains the registry files to hide Firewall & Network Protection in Windows 10 from being accessed from Windows Security. You can also accomplish the same with Group Policy Editor, as explained in our tutorial.
Make Multiple Taskbar Buttons Automatically Switch to the Last Active Window contains the registry files that allow you to open the last active Window with a single-click when a program has multiple windows open. Video tutorial available.
Manage Default Printer on or off contains the registry files to enable or disable Windows 10 managing your default printer. You can also edit the registry or make the changes in settings as explained here.
Reset and Clear Print Spooler in Windows contains a batch file and PowerShell script to simplify using the Command Prompt to reset and clear the print spooler, which can often resolve the problem of stuck printing jobs in your queue.
Reset File Explorer Navigation Pane Width to Default contains the registry files to restore the File Explorer Navigation Pane to the default width. You can also do this by deleting a registry key, as explained in our tutorial.
Show Drive Letter Before Drive Names in File Explorer contains the registry files to move the drive letter before the drive name in File Explorer. You can also edit the registry yourself, as explained here.
Show or Hide File Name Extensions in File Explorer Context Menu contains the registry files to add File name extensions to the File Explorer Context Menu so you can enable or disable Hide extensions for known file types at will. Video tutorial available.
Stop Windows 10 From Automatically Deleting the Thumbnail Cache is a registry hack to automate the process explained here of making two registry changes, so Windows 10 no longer deletes your thumbnail cache.
Turn on or off Fix Scaling for Apps That Are Blurry in Windows 10 are the registry files to enable, disable, or restore the default settings for Fix scaling for apps in Windows 10 as explained in this tutorial.