Hello all, I've decided to stick with the native task bar due to conflicts with native window files. However I do not wish for it too run all the time.
Is there a way to toggle on WinKey commands when the kill command is sent to explorer, as I still use these quite heavily and even have a command on here so I don't have to use the explorer much at all. Will create a task on boot to be rid of it if this one is solved, as I put a win-x command on the computer so I have a context menu to anything I would need (windows 7).
As a a fail safe if the above seizes to work or what not, in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System I would like to create customized toggles. How would one go about executing custom arguments in the registry in general? Eg. execute Shell:mycomputerfolder or x argument --
I've never done custom entries before on this scale, so if you know of an article on how an entry "HideFastUserSwitching" in that dir for example works this would be much appreciated as the D-Word simply acts as an activation toggle. I did a lot of digging before and was able to find a lot of information in Shell32 and other dlls through PE Explorer and Res Hacker that correspond to many registry entries. One of the programs I use now shows both the common name of folders and the actual code for it if you want to use a shell command. But a guide to this would be a lot easier, less time consuming then collecting little bit of data and archaicly putting them together.
Thanks everyone for any help you can provide at all about this issue, I've had other program disable the taskbar and still access winkeys yet not entirely sure of how.