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    Insider Preview build 10.0.14371.0 released to FAST ring

    See Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14371 for PC for details on features, fixes, and known problems.
    Joe

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    Thank you.
    Downloading now.

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    Took about 2 hrs. 25 min.

    14371 Installed.
    ISO created.
    Re-enabled System Protection.
    Created a System Image backup.

    Seems to run fine.

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    Hey Y'all,

    Just downloaded latest version and used my PS program to reset things the way I like them! I thought I'd posted this before but I can't find it. So if you're in the Insider program and are tired of having to manually reset settings every time you get a new build you might want to try this and modify it to handle your favorite settings.

    Code:
    Function Update-Registry {
    
    Param (
         [Parameter(Mandatory=$True)]
           [String] $RegPath,
         [Parameter(Mandatory=$False)]
           [String] $KeyName = "",
         [Parameter(Mandatory=$False)]
           [String] $KeyValue,
         [Parameter(Mandatory=$False)]
           [String] $KeyType
    )
    
       If (-not(Test-Path $RegPath)) {
         Write-Host "$RegPath does NOT Exist!"
         #Create it here!
          New-Item -Path $RegPath -Force | Out-Null
       }
       
       #Set the key Value
       If ($KeyName -ne '') {
         $NIPArgs = @{Path         = $RegPath 
                      Name         = $KeyName
                      Value        = $KeyValue
                      PropertyType = $KeyType
                      Force        = $True}
         New-ItemProperty @NIPArgs | Out-Null
       }
    
       
    } #END Function Update-Registry
    
    Function Delete-RegestryItem {
    
    Param (
         [Parameter(Mandatory=$True)]
           [String] $RegPath,
         [Parameter(Mandatory=$False)]
           [String] $KeyName = ""
    )
    
       If ((Test-Path $RegPath)) {    
        
         If ($KeyName -ne '') { #Delete the key Value
           $RIArgs = @{Path         = $RegPath 
                       Name         = $KeyName
                       Force        = $True}
           Remove-ItemProperty @RIArgs | Out-Null
         }
         Else {                 #Remove the Registry Path
           $RIArgs = @{Path         = $RegPath 
                       Force        = $True}
           Remove-Item @RIArgs
         }
    
       } #End If ((Test-Path...
    
    } #End Function Delete-RegistryItem
    
    #------------------  Main Program -----------------------
    
    #Disable Hibernate
    $URArgs = 
      @{RegPath  = 
        'Registry::HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power'
        KeyName  = 'HibernateEnabled'
        KeyValue = 0
        KeyType  = 'DWORD'
       }
    Update-Registry @URArgs     
    
    #Add CopyTo Folder to File Explorer Context Menu
    $URArgs =
      @{RegPath  = 
        'Registry::HKCR\AllFilesystemObjects\shellex\' +
        'ContextMenuHandlers'
       }
    Update-Registry @URArgs
    
    $URArgs = 
      @{RegPath  = 
        'Registry::HKCR\AllFilesystemObjects\shellex' +
        '\ContextMenuHandlers\{C2FBB630-2971-11D1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}'
       }
    Update-Registry @URArgs
    
    #Add MoveTo Folder to FileExplorer
    #$URArgs = $Null
    $URArgs = 
      @{RegPath  = 
        'Registry::HKCR\AllFilesystemObjects\shellex' +
        '\ContextMenuHandlers\{C2FBB631-2971-11D1-A18C-00C04FD75D13}'
       }
    Update-Registry @URArgs
    
    #Restore SendTo Folder to FileExplorer
    #$URArgs = $Null
    $URArgs = 
      @{RegPath  = 
        'Registry::HKCR\AllFilesystemObjects\shellex\' +
        'ContextMenuHandlers\Send To'
        KeyName  = '(default)'
        KeyValue = '{7BA4C740-9E81-11CF-99D3-00AA004AE837}'
        KeyType  = 'ExpandString'
      }
    Update-Registry @URArgs
    
    #Set Registered Owner
    #$URArgs = $Null
    $URArgs = 
      @{RegPath  = 
        'Registry::HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\' +
        'CurrentVersion'
        KeyName  = 'RegisteredOwner'
        KeyValue = 'Bruce E. Kriebel'
        KeyType  = 'String'
      }
    Update-Registry @URArgs
    
    #Set Registered Organization
    #$URArgs = $Null
    $URArgs = 
      @{RegPath  = 
        'Registry::HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows NT\' +
        'CurrentVersion'
        KeyName  = 'RegisteredOrganization'
        KeyValue = 'Computer Mentor LLC'
        KeyType  = 'String'
      }
    Update-Registry @URArgs
    
    #Enable Num-Lock on Boot
    $URArgs = 
      @{RegPath  = 
        'Registry::HKU\.DEFAULT\Control Panel\Keyboard'
        KeyName  = 'InitialKeyboardIndicators'
        KeyValue = 2
        KeyType  = 'ExpandString'
       }
    Update-Registry @URArgs
    
    #Disable Auto-Run
    #Runs but does not show up in Regedit? Test-Path returns True!
    $URArgs = 
      @{RegPath  = 
        'Registry::HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\' +
        'IniFileMapping\Autorun.inf'
        KeyName  = '(default)'
        KeyValue = "@SYS:DoesNotExist"
        KeyType  = 'String'
       }
    Update-Registry @URArgs
    
    #Fix File Explorer displaying DUPLICATE entries for drives
    $DRIArgs = 
         @{RegPath = 'Registry::HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\' +
                     'CurrentVersion\Explorer\Desktop\NameSpace\' +
                     'DelegateFolders\' +
                     '{F5FB2C77-0E2F-4A16-A381-3E560C68BC83}'
          }
    Delete-RegestryItem @DRIArgs
    
    #Disable HomeGroup
    get-service -Name "HomeGroup*" | 
       Set-Service -StartupType Disabled
    HTH
    May the Forces of good computing be with you!

    RG

    PowerShell & VBA Rule!

    My Systems: Desktop Specs
    Laptop Specs

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