> Remove "Send feedback" link in windows 7
 Nuno Brito
post Jan 17 2009, 10:11 PM
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If you have installed Windows 7 BETA, chances are high that you have already noticed the “Send Feedback” link that appears in the title bar of the windows and dialog boxes.

Basically, by using this “Send Feedback” link you can report any issues to Microsoft so that they can fix all these glitches in the next version. However, if you don’t like the idea, just use the below procedure to get rid of it.


To remove the link you need to do a small tweak to Windows Registry. Follow the below simple instructions to remove the link.

1. Type REGEDIT in Start menu search box and hit enter.

2. Navigate to the following key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop

3. On the right hand side look for the entry named FeedbackToolEnabled and modify its value to 0 (Zero).


If you can’t find FeedbackToolEnabled entry , then create a new 32-bit DWOD value and rename it as FeedbackToolEnabled and set the value to 0 (Zero) to remove the Send Feedback link.

4. Once you do the above steps, close the Windows Registry.

5. Logoff and logon your Windows 7 to see the change.

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