Previously, Windows 8 and RT windows beginners from the hot angle function unknown. Whenever they move to the corner of the screen the cursor has any pop-up windows that they think is a new feature found.
Because of this consideration, Microsoft introduced a new feature in Windows 8.1 “help tips.” Now, moving the cursor in the corner of the screen brings help tips.
Using the “help tips”, users can move to different points and get information about the importance of these points. This is basically a poor user or a beginner, rather than a knowledgeable user user; they really want to disable them, but some users complain that these help tips (pop-up) are not specific after the completion of the task. So, out of these problems, the user needs to permanently disable it.Let’s see how you can permanently disable Windows 8.1 Help tips,
Completely disable the Windows 8.1 Help prompt
There are two ways to use the disabled help prompt;
- Do not use search for new town
- Prohibit the use of the Registry Editor
Do not use search for new town
To do this, first, enter the settings, open the search for the new town and enter “gpedit.msc”, and then press “Enter” to open the “Local Group Policy Editor”. When the Local Group Policy Editor opens, go to User Configuration -> Administrative Templates -> Windows Components, and then click Side UI.The Edge UI displays the “Disable Help Prompt” on the right panel of the window, on which you double-click to open the Disable Help Prompt dialog box. There are three options in the Disable Help Prompt dialog box; disabled, enabled, not configured. Click “Disable” and then click “OK”. When all of the above process is done, you will not get any help to suggest it until you enable it.
Prohibit the use of the Registry Editor
To do this, first press “Windows + R”, open in the Run dialog box, type “regedit” in the Run dialog box, and then click OK. The registry editor opens.
In the registry editor, navigate to:
“HKEY_CURRENT_USER \ SOFTWARE \ POLICY \ Microsoft \ WINDOWS \ EdgeUI”
Once you have reached the Windows registry folder, right click on it, click “New ->” and put it heavy Named “EdgeUI”. Again, click EdgeUI and right-click to select DWORD (32-bit). Rename the new value “DisableHelpSticker”. In the Value data box, double-click (32-bit) value (DisableHelpSticker), type “1” double-click, and then click “OK”.
Help tips are really very helpful, but if you think it is bothering you. You can easily disable it and enjoy your stuff.