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Changing Start Screen and Taskbar Policies
5. On the policy screen, select the option to turn on the policy or set the
policy value, and then click OK, as shown in Figure 6-19.
6. Exit the policy editor and log off and back on. Some policy changes may
require a reboot.
Figure 6-19: Configure a policy in the Group Policy Editor.
Now that you know how to use the Group Policy Editor, the next section
shows you all the policies and briefly describes what they do.
Changing Start Screen and Taskbar Policies
A lot of policies listed under the Start Menu and Taskbar section are not relevant
to Windows 8. Consider those junk that Microsoft forgot to remove because
they will have no effect on Windows 8. Or maybe Microsoft wanted to make
it easy to create policies for older versions of Windows. Table 6-1 shows a list
of some useful group policies for Windows 8 that will help you customize the
Start screen and the taskbar.
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