Thursday, 21 July 2011

How to add "Network Connection" to context menu or simply right click of mouse on an empty space of windows XP, Vista and Seven (w7) without using any 3rd party software

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How to add "Network Connection" to context menu or simply right click of mouse on an empty space of windows XP, Vista and Seven (w7) without using any 3rd party software
Network Connection:
   Location For this is Control Panel --> Network and Internet --> Network Connections
Here we can add change or edit our network setting that may be either Local or personal or global that you have already connected or you are searching for.By this process we will find the Network Connection shortcut  in our simple right click of mouse or in the context menu.Before doing so you should make a back of your registry,
Also See: How to make back up of the registry
Now,  Open your text editor (notepad, wordpad or any text editor) and enter the following Information:-

Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell]
@="none
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\Network Connections]
[HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Directory\Background\shell\Network Connections\command]@="control ncpa.cpl"

Note:
Please make sure that the first line (the one starting with "Windows Registry Editor..." appears in the text file
Now save the notepad file anywhere on your computer and give it a .reg extension.(suppose xxx.reg).Now you need to install that registry file to Windows registry..
Also See: How to insert a registry file to Windows Registry
After installing the registry Now reboot your computer and Enjoy the change.

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How to add "Network Connection" to context menu or simply right click of mouse on an empty space of windows XP, Vista and Seven (w7) without using any 3rd party software

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