Disable Windows 8 Features
If you want to get rid of certain features in Windows 8, search this category for the best tips and tricks
Windows tracks various things to give you quick access to your file history or favorite apps, but you can easily disable User Tracking via the policy editor if you don’t want that
If you want to turn Off Windows Explorer Click Sounds in Windows, you can make use of Sound themes
The “Send To” option of the Windows Explorer Context Menu can be disabled. If you choose to do so, this tutorial might be helpful
Did you know that system restore points can take up a lot of disk space? That’s why it might be helpful to disable the feature or lower the allowed disk space usage
The “open file security warning” can be rather annoying to advanced users, so let’s diable it
In some cases you might have to disable network devices/adapters temporarily. You can use the device manager to do that.
If you are annoyed that your cursors jump while you type, you can easily disable the touchpad in Windows 8 and stop that annoying behaviour of the touchpad.
To disable DEP(Data Execution Prevention) in Windows 8, you have to use the command prompt and a few commands.
Not everyone likes Windows 8 new metro desktop. You may want to disable Windows 8 metro desktop. Follow the steps provided in this tutorial to disable metro in Windows 8.