Other tweaks probably involve patching dll's and then adding your own resources to the existing dll's that load specific resources for the system UI, but of course this probably also invalidates digital signatures in the process and may cause your AV or the Windows AV to raise some red flags...
This is different though, the classes he is using are for Windows Apps.
@OP : I would suggest you follow this guide instead for app settings: Store and retrieve settings and other app data
Use the ApplicationDataContainer.Values property for simple app settings -...
ForEach ($nic In $nics)
If ($nic.NetConnectionStatus -eq 2)
It won't iterate through all of them though because of the break statements. Look at...
This is more of a file integrity check. Most viruses now don't run in their own executable, they are mapped into the memory of running processes, and this won't detect that. This is okay as a file scanner however.
I am running build 10586 and it appears that the power menu is black by the settings I currently have. No visible settings added to the personalization menu however so I'm not sure if it has something to do with an existing theme option or not. It's very late however and I need to go to sleep.
There is a hidden dark theme that I was going to post above in which requires a registry modification, but it only applies to the settings window and apps. I have not yet updated, but I'm fairly sure that it's an option with the new latest builds of Windows 10 with context menu options. I'm...
I would hold the power button on your PC for about 8 seconds until it completely turns off. From there try booting up your PC, and see what a tool like Process Explorer (Process Explorer) says about the running programs and services on your PC immediately after login. See what is taking up the...
Hmm? Why would you think a batch file wouldn't work? All he needs to do is right click on the *.bat file and choose to Run as Administrator. This allows the batch script to run within an elevated command prompt which is no different than typing the command into an Administrator command prompt.
C# is not a variant of C. C# is a managed language in which is Microsoft's own version of Java after some dispute about the language. Syntax is similar but C++ branched off of C, and C# branched off of Java. Technically they are all their own lanauges at this point in time as there are...
This is by default the way Windows works, and because they are high res, that means the filesize goes up as well. In that image you haven't even let the folder view load fully, the green bar is still apparent in there.