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No goal is hard to accomplish in Windows 10. In my opinion, you can find multiple methods to complete a singular task. Because the Windows 10 is designed for the greater good of PC users who don’t want to face any complications while completing any task.
Like the Windows 10 Shared Experiences, this feature is what made the lives of networking users very easy for them. But for those who don’t want to access the same services anymore, I’m here to help. I’ll tell you multiple ways on How To Disable Windows 10 Shared Experiences. All I want from you is your full attention and implementation of the provided steps as they are presented to you.
- Open the Windows 10 Settings via the Start menu.
- Click once on the “System” tab.
- Under the “Shared experiences” tab, disable the “Nearby sharing” toggle.
2) Tweak Windows 10 Group Policy
Step#1: Press Windows + R key from the keyboard of your PC. Type “gpedit.msc” in the Run box and press enter.
Step#2: Navigate into the following path in the Group Policy Editor:
“Computer Configuration” > “Administrative Templates” > “System” > “Group Policy”
Step#3: Now open the “Continue experience on this device” key file from the right-sided list and change its value to “Disabled”.
3) Customize Windows 10 Registry Editor
- Open the Windows 10 Registry Editor via Run Window. For that, hit the Win + R button and type “Regedit” in it. Click on the Ok button and allow Windows 10 to open it.
- Go to the following path inside the Registry Editor:
- Right-click on the empty Window and go to New > DWORD (32bit) value. Name the new key file as “DSE”
- Now double click on the newly created file, and set its value from “0” to “1”
- When done, hit the Ok button to save changes and reboot your PC.
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