Add Control Panel, Registry Editor, Add / Remove Programs, Windows Device Manager and other services in the My Computer menu

If used to "tickle" the system for various reasons or for certain purposes (and here I mean tweaks, hacks and other try for optimizationDesign and / or security) Then surely you are familiar with control Panel, registry Editor, Services, Device Manager, Task Manager, Add / Remove Programs or MSConfig. Since most of these system applications difficult to access, we thought to share how you can add shortcuts by them in My Computer Context Menu (right-click menu on desktop). This way you can access these applications in two clicks and you will save time and.

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To add Control Panel, Registry Editor, Add / Remove Programs, Device Manager, MSCONFIG, Task Manager and Services in My Computer Context Menu you will need to download these archivesThen double-click the file .Reg contained therein (archives contain uninstall files of shortcut icons)

If you want to make changes themselves, without the help files provided above, make sure first that you have made a backup of the registry. Then open the Registry Editor (this time using Run-> regedit ;)) and follow the path [HKEY_CLASSES_ROOTCLSID{20D04FE0-3AEA-1069-A2D8-08002B30309D}shell. All necessary changes will be made under this key:

1. Control Panel - In shell create the key control Panel, In which you create the key command. Then in the right pane, create the REG_SZ entry Default whom you give value rundll32.exe shell32.dll, Control_RunDLL.

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    2. Registry Editor - Create shell key under the regeditThen in the right pane, create expandable entry Default (Expandable string value) and give the value @% SystemRoot% regedit.exe,-16
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    - Key in regedit create the commandThen in the right pane, create expandable Default value and give the value % SystemRoot% regedit.exe
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    3. Add / Remove Programs - Create shell key under the appwizcpl then in the right pane create expandable value Default and give them value @% SystemRoot% system32shell32.dll,-32006

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- Under the key created appwizcpl command and change input value Default (Right panel) in rundll32.exe shell32.dll, Control_RunDLL appwiz.cpl,, 0

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4. Device Manager - Create shell key under the Device Manager, then, under Device Manager, create the key command, In the right pane create expandable value Default and give them value % SystemRoot% system32mmc.exe / s% SystemRoot% system32devmgmt.msc

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5. Services - Create shell key under the services then in the right pane, create expandable entry Default with value @% SystemRoot% system32shell32.dll,-22059 and DWORD entry SuppressionPolicy with value 4000003c

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- In services create the key commandThen in the right pane create expandable value Default and give them value % SystemRoot% system32mmc.exe / s% SystemRoot% system32services.msc

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6. MSConfig - Create shell key under the MSConfig, In which you create the key command. Then in the right pane, change the value entry Default in msconfig.exe

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7. Task Manager - create shell key under the Task Manager, In which you create the key command. Then in the right pane, change the value entry Default in taskmrg.exe

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Please note: Due degrees of complexity and higher risk, recommend avoiding manual registry changes and using files .Reg provided at the beginning of the post.

Add Control Panel, Registry Editor, Add / Remove Programs, Windows Device Manager and other services in the My Computer menu

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