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Chapter 13. A Few Good Hacks: Some Usefu... > Customizing the Windows 98 Interface

Customizing the Windows 98 Interface

As you learned in Chapter 12, Windows 98 uses the Registry to store the current values of the various Control Panel settings. Of course, you can use the Registry Editor to edit these values directly, although you usually are better off using the dialog boxes and controls that the Control Panel icons give you.

Plenty of customization keys and settings in the Registry, however, can't be modified via the Control Panel. The next few sections show you a few of them.


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