Windows 10: Bringing back legacy clock/wifi menu on W10 Anniversary
Bringing back legacy clock/wifi menu on W10 Anniversary
I know reg keys don't work, but is there any DLLs? Programs? Not a fan of W10 UI.
Not sure which dialogue you're referring to.. something in the control panel perhaps? (e.g. Windows key + X, click control panel).
Classic Wi-Fi menu is gone already in Windows 8.
No, not dialogue. I mean the menu you get when you click on the time in the taskbar. Same for wifi menu, but with the connection menu.
Was it? I'm sure there was a way to bring it back.
Clock: as it says in this article, this hack no longer works post 1607 build:
How to Restore the Old Clock, Calendar, and Battery on the Windows 10 Taskbar
Repeat- it no longer works (apparently).
For the 'Classic' Network Menu:
Navigate in the Windows Registry to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Control Panel\Settings\Network
in the right pane of Network, change the value of ReplaceVan DWORD to 2
(you'll need to take full ownership of the Network key)
Yeah, I've seen that. What I'm hoping for is maybe a dll to change?
Thanks for helping, but I'm looking for the Windows 7 menu.
You would have to compile a whole new Manifest for that, it's part of the Immersive UI now.
Ah, that I probably could not do. I have no experience in programming such things (best I can do is a random number generator in Python :P)
Though, I might look into it...
I've tried switching themes, changing colours etc. etc. no difference.
What's with this latest "upgrade" that would alter only the colour of the system clock font?
It's happened on both of my Windows 10 installations. I do have the Aerolite...
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As title says. I live in UTC/GMT, and DST is on. For the past few weeks now, the clock seems to go back one hour, as if reporting normal time, yet the daylight savings time option is still selected (and if I un-check it, it goes back two hours--one...
That's what I see on booting. I want to see the legacy screen.
This is my BCDfile:
Windows Boot Manager