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Monday, May 19, 2008

Disabling Right Click on Desktop

After reading a small book on Registry, I have learned a lot. As you can see that some of my last posts have concentrated only on registry tweaks. Registry is a very powerful tool, and how it can be used in hacking and can be connected with Trojans and viruses is the major area of interest. Today, i completed this book, and i am not going to touch it again. I now need to study a bit of my MBA as well but lastly i was able to get one more tweak, which i was looking for, Disabling the right click on Desktop. Here is how you can perform it.

  1. Go to Start –> Run, type Regedit.
  2. Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ Software \ Microsoft \ Windows \ CurrentVersion \ Policies \ Explorer.
  3. In the Right Panel, create a new DWORD value named “NoViewContextMenu” (Case-Sensitive), and give the value as “1“.
  4. Give a reboot to your system, and it should be done.
  5. To disable it, you need to change the value to “0“, or either you can delete the registry entry as well.
Hope you liked it. From today, I would be testing some new softwares, and posting some more of tips and tricks on windows but not registry for at least a month now.

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