How to Revert System Tray, Calendar UI, Clock in Windows 10

 
Revert System Tray, Calendar UI, Clock in Windows 10 – This article is especially meaningful for followers of the old style. An effortless registry hack works the wonder and you retrieve the aforesaid interfaces existing on Windows 7.

 

You know old Windows 7 style System tray is rather having a smaller pop up and don’t occupy much space. The Similar situation occurs with Calendar and clock. So you may decide to go back to the former interfaces.

Let’s see How to Revert System Tray, Calendar UI, Clock in Windows 10 registry with the help of a registry tweak.

Registry hacks to Revert System Tray, Calendar UI, Clock in Windows 10

Step 1– The simplest process to open registry editor is – write  regedit in Cortana bottom area and click on the result at top. In addition, You can open registry editor with the variant methods agreeable to you. While you are unaware of any way you can follow this article.

regedit on the bar of Cortana search

Step 2 – Once the registry editor expands on the screen  follow the below written path –

HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\ImmersiveShell

Step 3 – Navigate to the right-hand side of ImmersiveShell and perform a right-click on a vacant area. On the context menu, opt New after that DWORD (32-bit) Value.

Revert System Tray, Calendar UI, Clock in Windows 10

Step 4 – A new registry subkey is ready and the next task is to provide a name to it. Copy the below term, right click again here and choose Rename.

UseWin32TrayClockExperience

Paste the name from the clipboard on the new key.

Step 6 – Perform a Double click on newly created registry subkey, write 1 in the Value data box and hit on OK button.

edit dword 32 bit value immersiveshell

Step 5 – Exit the registry editor and perform either of the underneath written tasks –

a. Restart the File Explorer
b. Sign out and return back in
c. Reboot your machine.

Finally, when you return back to the machine you will cheer to Revert System Tray, Calendar UI, Clock in Windows 10.

           

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