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When we want to customize Windows and need to replace existing system files with a new one. We need to take ownership of a file or folder . Which is done by following number of steps to grant ourself premission to replace a file or folder .
But with a simple registry file provided in this topic , it’s became easier . You just need to download the zip file , extract it & run the “InstallTakeOwnership.reg” & accept the registry prompt . It’ll add “Take ownership” option in file and folder context menu .
To remove it run the “RemoveTakeOwnership.reg” & accept the registry prompt .

Comments on: "Add “Take Ownership” Option to File or Folder Context Menu" (1)

  1. […] it , so it can be replaced . We already posted about add Take Ownership option in right click menu here But Windows Se7en File Replacer is a nice little 3rd party application with which user can easily […]

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