Windows 10: Taking Ownership of Default Icons in CLSID (GUID)
Taking Ownership of Default Icons in CLSID (GUID)
I refer to the Complete List of CLSID Key Shortcuts, which I found right here on tenforums to change the icons in my Control Panel. To do this, I need to take ownership of each of the Default Icon, which makes me wonder if there any risks associated with doing so. If yes, what might they be?
I am not sure I understand your question. The tutorial you refer to is for creating new shortcuts that you can put on your desktop or in the taskbar and start menu. I would not try to change the existing icons in the Control Panel which are integral to the W10 operating system.
Hi there. I've been rather stupid and transferred ownership of C:\, including system32, to my account (the administrator and only user). While I would instantly switch it back, due to an unrelated reason I restarted my computer (Surface Pro 4)....
Complete List of Windows 10 CLSID Key (GUID) Shortcuts
A CLSID is a globally unique identifier that identifies a COM class object. For more information about a CLSID key and the function of it's subkeys in the registry, then see CLSID Key...
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