Re: taskbar power options popup menu
- From: "cronish" <cronish@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 03 May 2006 21:01:54 GMT
Sorry to report this had no effect at all; I'm guessing those popup menu
items are stored somewhere either in one of the windows folders or in the
registry, and have to be altered or deleted to change the popup menu, like
renaming a password to remove the old password prompt in older Windows
"Wesley Vogel" <123WVogel955@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
All or none.
Open Power Options Properties...
Start | Run | Type: powercfg.cpl | Click OK |
Advanced tab | UNCheck:
Prompt for password when computer resumes from standby |
Click Apply | Click OK
Hope this helps. Let us know.
MS-MVP Windows Shell/User
cronish <cronish@xxxxxxxxxx> hunted and pecked:
I have my power options icon resident on my taskbar (in the system tray).
In my regular power
options drop down menu, I have the default options available, as well as
few custom settings. When I left-click the systray icon, the popup menu
those options, but there are multiple instances of my custom settings, so
that the popup menu looks like this:
I've tried deleting the deleting the custom settings, de-selecting "show
on taskbar" from power options, rebooting, and re-selecting the taskbar
option, but the popup menu still shows the above conflagration. Where are
these options stored, and how do I return the popup menu to just the
choices available in the power options drop-down menu?