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Disables help tips that Windows shows to the user. By default, Windows will show the user help tips until the user has successfully completed the scenarios. If this setting is enabled, Windows will not show any help tips to the user. Counter Measure: Configure this setting depending on your organization's requirements. Potential Impact: W ...

This policy setting allows you to prevent the last app and the list of recent apps from appearing when the mouse is pointing to the upper-left corner of the screen. If you enable this policy setting, the user will no longer be able to switch to recent apps using the mouse. The user will still be able to switch apps using touch gestures, keyboard shortcuts, and the Start screen. ...

This policy setting allows you to prevent users from replacing the Command Prompt with Windows PowerShell in the menu they see when they right-click the lower-left corner or press the Windows logo key + X. If you enable this policy setting, the Command Prompt will always be listed in that menu, and users won't be able to replace it with Windows PowerShell. Users will still be able to acce ...

This policy setting allows desktop apps to be listed first in the Apps view in Start. If you enable this policy setting, desktop apps would be listed first when the apps are sorted by category in the Apps view. The other sorting options would continue to be available and the user could choose to change their default sorting options. If you disable or don't configure this policy s ...

This policy setting allows pinning apps to Start by default, when they are included by AppID on the list. Counter Measure: Configure this setting depending on your organization's requirements. Potential Impact: Apps are not automatically pinned to Start. Fix: (1) GPO: User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Start Menu and Taskbar\Pin Apps to S ...

This policy setting allows you to prevent users from changing their Start screen layout. If you enable this setting, you will prevent a user from selecting an app, resizing a tile, pinning/unpinning a tile or a secondary tile, entering the customize mode and rearranging tiles within Start and Apps. If you disable or do not configure this setting, you will allow a user to select a ...

This policy setting prevents the user from searching apps, files, settings (and the web if enabled) when the user searches from the Apps view. This policy setting is only applied when the Apps view is set as the default view for Start. If you enable this policy setting, searching from the Apps view will only search the list of installed apps. If you disable or don't conf ...

This policy setting allows the Start screen to appear on the display the user is using when they press the Windows logo key. This setting only applies to users who are using multiple displays. If you enable this policy setting, the Start screen will appear on the display the user is using when they press the Windows logo key. If you disable or don't configure this policy setting, ...

This policy setting allows the Apps view to be opened by default when the user goes to Start. If you enable this policy setting, the Apps view will appear whenever the user goes to Start. Users will still be able to switch between the Apps view and the Start screen. If you disable or don't configure this policy setting, the Start screen will appear by default whenever the user g ...

This policy setting controls whether memory dumps in support of OS-generated error reports can be sent to Microsoft automatically. This policy does not apply to error reports generated by 3rd-party products, or additional data other than memory dumps. If you enable or do not configure this policy setting, any memory dumps generated for error reports by Microsoft Windows are automatically ...


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