How to Display Custom Text in Windows 7 Start Screen

Windows 7: My favorite Windows Operating System even though there are Windows 8 and Windows 8.1. Though some people unveils as equation which is as follows;

Bug fixed Windows Vista = Windows 7 & Bug fixed Windows 8 = Windows 8.1

But still I love Windows 7 for its out standing graphics. You don’t have to install any third party tool to get most out of your Windows 7 PC ‘s screen. Anyway, suppose your PC is accessed by you, your kid and someone else in your family and you have some problems with the sound drive and it is the reason for that you are not getting a good sound. At this situation, you can make use of this little trick which will help you to let other people know about the driver problem in your absence. This custom text will be displayed just before entering your desktop.

On other end, to display custom text in Windows 7 start screen, you don’t to install any additional application because you can do so with the help of your Registry Editor. And I am sure that you have enough knowledge about in-built Registry Editor.

How to display custom text in Windows 7 start screen using Registry Editor?

Please export your all Registry files before making any change.

At first open your Registry Editor and navigate to they following arena;

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE >> SOFTWARE >> Microsoft >> Windows >> CurrentVersion >> Policies >>System

You can find two things in your right pane;

Legalnoticecaption & legalnoticetext

Open both after one by one and enter your text. After doing all, close your Registry Editor and restart your machine to get the changes.

Display Custom Text in Windows 7 Start Screen

An Example of This Registry Tweak

That’s all! Hope this trick will be helpful for you. Thanks IntoWindows.

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