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Best Windows 10 Registry Hacks to Optimize Your PC

Windows Registry holds all the tweaks to customize your Windows experience and deal with little nuisances that Microsoft wrongly assumes every user will love. From changing Windows’ design to unlocking hidden features, there are tweaks for everything. To help you improve your Windows 10 experience, here are a bunch of Windows 10 registry hacks worth trying.

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Accessing the Windows Registry

As all the tweaks require a trip to the Windows Registry, it is important to know how to access the Registry. Press the Win + R keys and type regedit in the “Run” dialog that opens. Click “OK” and the Windows Registry will open.

1. Turn Off Lockscreen

Best Windows Registry Hacks Nolockscreen

The lock screen is a nice added layer of security on your Windows PC, requiring a password or PIN for you to log back in. If you feel secure in the security of your PC, then you can turn the lock screen off altogether.

Once you’re here, right-click ‘Windows’ in the left-hand pane, select “New -> Key” and name the new key “Personalization”.

Select Personalization, then in the right-hand pane right-click an empty space and select “New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value”. Name the value “NoLockScreen”, change the “Value data” to “1” and click OK.

2. Show Detailed Information on Startup

If your PC is experiencing slowdowns or inexplicable crashes, then you should make it your priority to diagnose what’s causing those problems. One possible way to do this is to set Windows 10 startup to “Verbose Mode”, which will give you a much more detailed breakdown of the processes happening on your PC as you boot.

To activate this, go to the following registry key:

Next, right-click an empty space in the right-hand pane, then select “New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value”.

Windows Registry Hacks Verbosestatus

Name the value “VerboseStatus”, right-click it then selects Modify, and in the “Value data” box enter 1.

3. Open Last Active Window in Taskbar

The way Windows 10 organizes open apps, it bunches all open windows of a given app under the same taskbar icon, which you then click to bring up thumbnails of all the open windows contained therein.

This is reasonably useful, but you may well prefer it if clicking the taskbar icon took you straight to the last window you had open within the app – cutting out the thumbnail faff.

To do this, go to the Registry Editor and navigate to:

Here, right-click an empty space in the right-hand pane, select “New -> DWORD (32-bit) Value”, then name it “LastActiveClick”. Right-click your newly created registry entry, and change the “Value data” to “1”.


4. Disable Shake to Minimize

The “Aero Shake” is a feature introduced in Windows 7 that lets you minimize windows by grabbing onto the one you want to keep open and “shaking” it. You may not have realized you even had this feature, but now that you know, you might not want it. To remove it:

Go to regedit and navigate to:

Here, right-click an empty space in the right-side pane, select “New -> DWORD (32-bit),” then call it “DisallowShaking.”


Double-click the newly created entry, then change the number in the “Value” box to “1” and click OK. No more shakes!

5. Add Your Own Apps to the Context Menu

The context menu is a fine thing, but to really take control of it, you can create registry keys to add specific apps to it. We’ll use Notepad as an example.

1. Navigate to:

2. Under the “shell” folder right-click and create a new key called “Notepad,” then within that create a key called “command.” In the “command” key folder right-click the “Default” string, then in the Value box type “notepad.exe.”


That’s it. Now close the Registry Editor, right-click on your desktop, and you should see Notepad appear right there in the context menu.

6. Change Windows Apps and Settings to “Dark Mode”

The debate about whether reading white writing on a dark background or dark writing on a light background is healthier for you rages on, but if you’re in the first camp, then you can use the registry to activate Dark Mode across Windows. In the registry editor go to:

(To speed up the process you can copy-paste the registry directories from this article straight into the bar at the top of the Registry Editor window.)


Right-click an empty space in the right-side pane, select “New -> DWORD,” and call it “AppsUseLightTheme.” Once you’ve created it, you don’t need to change the value. Just reboot your PC, and you’ll have the dark theme enabled.


7. Remove the Windows 10 Action Center Sidebar

Windows 10 Action Center Sidebar offers handy quick access buttons and notifications. However, if you find these buttons to be unnecessary and are not comfortable with the sidebar taking up half the screen when you open it, you can simply disable it. In the registry editor go to:

Double-click on “UseActionCenterExperience” in the right panel, and then change its value to “0.” After, restart the PC, and you will see that the Action Center Sidebar will be gone, and the notification panel will be much cleaner and smaller in size.



8. Remove the OneDrive Button from the File Explorer

If you don’t use OneDrive or shifted to another cloud storage service after Microsoft decided to downgrade its storage packages, then there is no point of its icon hanging around in the File Explorer. The following image shows how to get rid of it. In the registry editor go to:



Double-click on “System.IsPinnedToNameSpaceTree” in the right panel and change its value to “0.” This will immediately remove the OneDrive icon. If not, restart the PC. Additionally, you can also completely uninstall OneDrive or move OneDrive to another local drive if it is taking up space.


9. Automatically Delete Pagefile.sys at Shutdown

Pagefile.sys acts as a virtual RAM which Windows uses as RAM to store programs that are not in use, thus putting less pressure on the actual RAM. Although it is not recommended to disable it, you can delete it to save space and also avoid any vulnerabilities. The page file size is mostly near the size of your actual RAM, so it can take up a lot of space depending on your RAM. When it is set to delete with shutdown, you will save space but at the expense of prolonging shutdown time. In the registry editor go to:

Click on “Memory Management,” and then double-click on “ClearPageFileAtShutDown” in the panel on the right. Set its value to “1,” and restart the PC. Every time you shut down your PC, the pagefile will be deleted. Don’t worry – it will be created again when needed.


10. Adjust Menu Animations

You can also adjust menu animations to make them look snappier. If you have a slower PC, then faster animations should make it easier to navigate. I have written a detailed article on how to adjust and disable menu animations; you can refer to it to learn how to pull off that registry tweak.

11. Disable Windows Startup Delay

Windows puts a tiny delay on startup to help apps starting up with Windows go through the process smoothly and so that you can start with a smooth desktop without lags. However, if you don’t have many startup apps – for instance, if you have disabled startup apps – then this delay could be unnecessary. You can disable this delay to speed up the Windows startup. In the registry editor go to:

Right-click on “Explorer,” and then select “Key” from the “New” option. Once the new key is created, rename it “Serialize.”



If the “Serialize” key is already created under the “Explorer” key, then there is no need to go through the above process. After that right-click on “Serialize” and select “DWORD Value” from the “New” option. The DWORD Value key will be created in the panel on the right. Rename this key to “StartupDelayInMSec,” and make sure its value is set to “0.” Now you should notice a tiny boost in Windows startup time.



If you have any other neat registry tricks or Windows hacks, do share them in the comments.

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