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you should be able to upgrade to 4.0.1

User Submitted Tweaks & Guides / Re: Some Powershell addict commands
« on: July 28, 2017, 03:11:17 AM »
yeah that's exactly the reg location I'm just a powershell junkie now I wrote up a script that pops open a gui from powershell with buttons for all the tweaks haha :)

no worries  :smiley: I know which repair did it now i was testing windows repair earlier today and found it. the repair was the volume shadow copy service that halted until you chose yes or no to continue.

Hi Scott,
here is a link to the main website where you can view the licensing.
I've also uploaded a snapshot and highlighted a key point and underlined it for you
it states that pro licences are valid per major version.
You still have your pro version with the pro features of version 3 , version 4 is a major version update so only the pro features of version 4 are locked but can be unlocked at a discounted price.

if you have any other concerns in this link you will see an email for the tweaking's customer support.
take care,


User Submitted Tweaks & Guides / Some Powershell addict commands
« on: July 27, 2017, 10:57:41 PM »
Please take heed to any of these commands do a registry backup just in case these are all registry commands ran via powershell.
so this right here is a quick powershell command to make explorer open my pc instead of quick access.(windows 10)
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Set-ItemProperty -Path 'HKCU:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced' -name LaunchTo -Value 1--note if you want it back just replace value 1 with 2
MY Computer =1
Quick access =2

and right here is a quick powershell command for the start menu's search bar. (hiding the big bar)
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Set-ItemProperty -Path 'HKCU:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Search' -name SearchboxTaskbarMode -Value 00 = hide completely (you can still  search just start typing when you open the start menu)
1 = show only icon
2 = show long search box

start menu app suggestions i hate those on my start menu so why not turn it off I mean i know what i like why bother me with other apps.
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Set-ItemProperty -Path 'HKCU:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ContentDeliveryManager' -name SystemPaneSuggestionsEnabled -Value 00=no suggestion on apps
1=yes suggestion on apps
this one is how i disable Cortana with out removing the system app because if you remove the system app the task bar becomes unstable.
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New-Item -Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Windows Search'-Force | New-ItemProperty -Name AllowCortana -Value 0 -Force | Out-Null0= night night cortana
1=hello cortana
ever hate that lock screen on windows 10 that extra step of hitting the spacebar or click on the screen just to show your login screen??
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New-Item -Path 'HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Personalization'-Force | New-ItemProperty -Name NoLockScreen -Value 1 -Force | Out-Null0=lockscreen
1=no lockscreen
Below is a gui powershell script I made enjoy!

found out what you are talking about is the vss repair it will halt on a yes no it happens in normal mode ive noticed but not in safe mode.

alright so right now i'm turning on my windows 7 virtual machine and ill run and test this to figure out what is happening ill make a video for Shane to review as well and see if i can duplicate everything that has happened so right now what has been reported is slow startup speeds and freezing in the reboots even in safemode.

Computer Help / Re: OOOOOPS
« on: July 26, 2017, 07:14:45 PM »
yes that is a false positive unfortunately even though Shane has his programs time stamped with a valid digital cert i believe its even done with comodo rsa certs. anyways antivirus's like to flag programs as a generic that's the first i've seen as a trojan dropper lol. it's safe just click ignore or submit to your av for analysis. it should come back as okay.   

wait what? can you get a snap shot of that i'm not understanding. Are you talking about user account control popping up? or are you talking about in the actual cmd prompt window when the repairs are running?

looks like the repair stopped go ahead and skip that repair for now try running the other repairs. reboot the computer and try running that single repair again these repairs are automated so if a repair stalls it won't complete any other repairs till that cmd window closes but since you said 0 cpu usage and 0 hdd read and write it is safe to say that the command has stopped running.

alright so Shane has been investigating this and he fully explained this to me so what is going on is any time the registry is touched it does not matter if it is set back to default or modified MS has set the apps to restore settings to defaults. It's been frustrating me.   :teeth:

I'm now confused you asked about permission not file type's

how do you want your permissions set on that drive?

Computer Help / Re: Win. 10 Repair/Replace Corrupted Files
« on: February 13, 2017, 10:26:42 PM »
well dang... that was not what i wanted to see okay lets see windows 10 done sfc /scan now already....
let's try this do these 2 commands one at a time let them finish before moving on. (may take awhile to complete.)

DISM /Online /Cleanup-image /Scanhealth

DISM /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth

General & Misc. / Re: default apps
« on: February 09, 2017, 09:31:55 PM »
hopefully been looking into it. see if there is a way to stop this from happening  :smiley:

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