Prompt the alterations from the registry editor or group policy

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My computer is set up and runs with Microsoft Office 2010. The PowerPoint is sluggish especially when I am typing and this is because the device I use is the normal type which causes the delay when I am typing. However, it functions normally and without any problems when I adjust the destination output under compress image with screen pixel density of 150.

I am seeking guidance on the way to prompt the alterations from the registry editor or group policy as the alterations must be made so that it is applied with all the staff in our firm.

I would appreciate your help.

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Prompt the alterations from the registry editor or group policy

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Hi Jennifer Gooden,

There are so many ways on how to  prompt the alterations from the registry editor or group policy.  First, you have to know what Registry editor is for?  The Registry editor include settings which are very  important  on how the Operating systems functions or work.  Importantly it also stores the inside  information regarding your system and al its applications. Therefore it is very essential or recommended that the system administrators must do modifications for it.  How can you do the alterations? By Just simply manually cleaning the anti virus programs which should be done by the users.  Registry editor is said to be very sensitive and some entries in the malware program is hard to remove but users can still access and can make some modifications on the registry editor efficiently.

Hope this might help you.

Thanks

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