How To: Remove and Disable Annoying Send Feedback Link In Windows 7
Microsoft puts a watermark (link) at the upper right corner of every window in their new generation operating system Windows 7 Beta, that says “Send Feedback”. If you want to send feedback to Microsoft about the new operating system, you can also send feedback by clicking the “Send Feedback” button that Windows 7 automatically installs on your desktop, or you can just type “feedback” into the Windows search box.
If “Send Feedback” link at the title bars of all Windows in Windows 7 Beta is creating trouble for you, or you have already disabled it and want to enable it again do the following registry tweak.For this tweak you just need to edit a registry value of Windows 7.Here are steps on how to do it.
- Open up the Windows 7 Start Menu.
- Type “regedit.exe” (without quotes) into the start menu search box and hit enter.
- Click yes if UAC(User Account Control) prompts.
- Navigate to the registry key:
- Locate the key on right side which says “FeedbackToolEnabled“.
- Double click on “FeedbackToolEnabled” and change the value to 0 (from 3)
- Continue through the UAC prompt and confirm that you wish to perform the action.
- Logoff and then log back on to your account to see ‘Send Feedback’ link disappeared.
If you want to re-enable the feedback link, just repeat the process and change the value of the key”FeedbackToolEnabled” from 0 back to 3 again.
Download, extract, and double-click on RemoveFeedbackLink.reg to merge the registry values into the Windows 7 registry and thus you can remove the annoying “Send Feedback” Link in Windows Seven 7.
Warning: Modifying the Windows registry can cause serious damage to your Windows Operating System.It is better to backup your Windows registry data before making any changes. Tomstricks.com is not responsible for any changes you may make to your system.