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Disable Support Information from add/remove programs

This setting removes links from the support information of the programs when they are placed in change or remove programs.

Tweak for : Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows 2000
The programs listed in change or remove programs has a tool tip, which requestes you to click here for support information. The click takes you to provide troubleshooting information.

For this, go to Start > Run menu, enter “regedit” and navigate to the registry path listed below. If any of the subkeys “\CurrentVersion\Policies\Uninstall\” is not present, create it as explained below. Create a DWORD value name "NoSupportInfo" (if this value doesn't exist). Right Click on the Option “NoSupportInfo”, and from the drop down menu, select Modify. Enter the value "1" to enable the setting.

Close the registry.

Restart the system.

Disable Support Information.reg

The '.reg' file Disable Support Information from Add/Remove Programs.

Enable Support Information (default).reg

The '.reg' file Show Support Information in Add/Remove Programs by Default.

Apply registry settings according below given steps of screenshots with related changes.

‘Support Information’ is disabled from ‘Add or Remove Programs’ tab.

‘Support Information’ is enabled by default under ‘Add or Remove Programs’ tab.

First, click the 'Start' button, and select 'Run'. In the resulting dialog box, type "regedit".

Go to [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies \], key and create a new key with the name "Uninstall" under "Policies".

Now, right-click in the open area to create a DWORD Value with the name "NoSupportInfo" in "Uninstall" key.

Next, right-click on "NoSupportInfo" and click on 'Modify'.

Finally, enter the value "1" (Base Hexadecimal) without quotation in the text box and click on 'OK'.Once you are done. Exit from registry. After a restart or logoff, the changes take effect.

Disable access to the “Users” system icon (For Current User in Win 98/Me).

Category : Display > Control Panel

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting you can disable the access to the “Users” system icon from the current applets group.

Disable access to the “Users” system icon (For All Users in Win 98/Me).

Category : Display > Control Panel

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting you can disable the access to the “Users” system icon from the current applets group.

Disable the ability to change password (For Current User).

Category : Display > Control Panel

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting you can disable the ability to change password using “Passwords” system icon in the current applets group.

Disable the ability to change password (For All Users).

Category : Display > Control Panel

You can customize the display of the Control Panel applets. With this setting you can disable the ability to change password using “Passwords” system icon in the current applets group.

Prevent changes to virtual memory settings (For Current User).

Category : Display > Control Panel

With this setting you can prevent changes to the default virtual memory settings using the “Display” system icon in Control Panel.

 
 
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