How To Remove Network(or) Libraries Navigation Pane

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    I found the video working Great !! ;)
     
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    I do not understand or appreciate why someone or for that matter anyone would actually want to do this.
    Can you perhaps explain why you find this particular registry edit so attractive? What does it provide in the way of enhancements or functionality?
     
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    It's solved solution i posted...
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    I'm with Trouble on this, what's the purpose of removing those items from the library. One can, if he wishes, to remove anything one want's to but this seems counter intuitive and counter productive.
     
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    users choice, I would guess. I have no use for the libraries, so do not particularly want to even look at them in the nav pane. So I remove the entry.

    In my case, however, instead of fiddling with the registry, I use a small utility to do the job for me.
     

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    i am using windows 8...not windows7..
    i tried it..... but its not working...it's something registry error. [​IMG]
     
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    It works for 8 also.
     
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    like this showing.....
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    I have not experienced the problem. I am using Windows 8 pro, 64Bit.
    Are you running in an Admin account? You may need to take ownership of the key. Find the key in the registry. Right click and select permissions, select the Advanced button then the owner tab and then select your name and then put a tick in the box at the bottom then click Apply/OK.
    when you have done that, you should be able to edit the permissions. Back up the key, or export the whole registry, before trying..
     

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