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Vista modify the registry method to delete redundant files



The deletion methods of redundant fonts and redundant backup files in Vista system have been known for a long time so this article only introduces some more 'concealed' deletion methods. Note: Before performing the following operations the Windows registry should be backed up so that the system can be restored in time after an incorrect operation is performed.

Delete the redundant virtual CD-ROM icon

When we install the virtual CD-ROM in the system there will be an extra CD-ROM icon in 'My Computer' even You will no longer use the virtual CD-ROM drive in the future and the virtual CD-ROM drive icon will continue to be retained which is really unnecessary. Let's delete this redundant virtual CD-ROM icon by hand: click 'Start' and 'Run' enter 'regedit' press 'OK' and open the registry editor and then expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINEEnumSCSI branch in SCSI There are usually two subkeys under the subkeys which correspond to the virtual CD-ROM drive and the physical CD-ROM drive. Delete all the subkeys under SCSI. The virtual CD-ROM drive icon will be deleted after restarting the computer.

Delete redundant system-level icons

System-level icons refer to icons that are automatically created by the system when Windows is installed such as recycle bin inbox network neighborhood etc. Some of these icons are useless to users but these icons cannot be deleted directly. Open the registry editor expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion//explorer/Desktop/NameSpace branch in turn and delete the unnecessary subkeys. Scripthome reminds everyone to close the registry editor and restart the computer you will find that the unnecessary system-level icons on the desktop have disappeared.

Delete redundant options in \u0026ldquo;Run\u0026rdquo;

If you use the \u0026ldquo;Start\u0026rarr;Run\u0026rdquo; menu multiple times you will find it’s \u0026ldquo;Open\u0026rdquo; The window was cluttered with a bunch of commands that were no longer needed. Open the registry editor expand the HKEY_USERS/.DEFAULT/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/ExplorerRunMRU branch in turn and delete the relevant keys in the right window.

Delete the redundant options in 'Find'

Expand the HKEY_USER/.Default/Software/Microsoft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Explorer/Doc-FindSpecMRU branch in turn right Delete the relevant key value in the side window.

Delete redundant keyboard layouts

Windows tries to become the darling of the world so its keyboard layout is suitable for the usage habits of all kinds of people in various countries. Open the registry editor and expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/ControlKeyboardLayouts branch in turn. We can see that Spanish (traditional) Danish German (standard) and other keyboard layouts are saved under this branch. If you don’t use it The keyboard layout of these languages ??can delete these subkeys directly.

Delete redundant regional settings

Similar to the above keyboard layout is the regional settings of Windows. Expand HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/System/CurrentControlSet/Control/ in the registry editor For the Nls/Locale branch Simplified Chinese users can keep only the '00000804' key value and the others can be deleted without mercy.?How to realize automatic login on Windows 7/Vista without entering password

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