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How to Block Application Specific

There are so many applications that could potentially harm the performance of our computer systems, but usually we just let go and leave the task just as the Antivirus, firewalls, and similar applications.

How to Block Application Specific 
But you know ?? not all malicious programs undetectable by antivirus or firewall ??? On my computer wrote 2 antivirus installed, namely AVIRA and SMADAV PRO, AL or the FBI wrote his wealthy hard broken or slipped inside my computer.
Back to the topic this time, here I will try a little give tips on how to block certain applications by hand, without the help of antivirus or similar programs, but only using the windows registry.

How to Block Application Specific 

First, run the Registry Editor
If you do not know how, press WIN + R and then enter the word regedit in the box provided. If you do not know well what it is WIN + R ?? Please bloggers click START then click RUN. You have found ?? if so we continued.

In the Registry Editor window, go to the key HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer.
Then create a new DWORD value by right-clicking the mouse plainly select [New]> [DWORD] and name DisallowRun. Click 2x the data, then the contents of its value with the value 1.

After that create a new subkey named DisallowRun to form key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer\DisallowRun.

How to Block Application Specific 

In the DisallowRun key you can define the file name you want to block the application. His manner create new string value by right-clicking the mouse (same as before) the difference we make not a DWORD string. Then give the string value to 1. To block other applications, you can create a new string value with another number in sequence, such as 1,2,3,4 and so on. Then the input data value with the name of the application you want to block. For example: Photoshop.exe or regedit.exe

Once completed, please restart your computer. See also Hiding File With Command Prompt Help and WinRAR

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