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How can I remove the Network Neighborhood icon from my desktop?

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Install TweakUI from your win98 cd and uncheck the network neighborhood icon under the desktop tab.
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is there any other way besides using TweakUI?
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I think you can hack the registry but I don't remember how.
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by:canali
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there are 3 solution:
1)TweekUI program
2)using poledit.exe from your win98 cd
3)manual changing registry
HCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer\
NoNetHood
REG_DWORD
 off=value is removed
 on=3FFFFFFF
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thanks
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