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Sunday, July 23, 2006

How To Hide Picture Toolbar in Internet Explorer

When you hover the mouse over large images in Internet explorer, a small toolbar pops open containing buttons that let you save or print the picture, etc. You can turn this feature off in the registry.

  1. Click start > run and type regedit > ok
  2. Go to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft
  3. Open the key named Internet Explorer, if it exists, or right-click on Microsoft key and create a new key named Internet Explorer.
  4. Inside the Internet Explorer key, open the key named PhotoSupport if it exists or right click the Internet Explorer key and create a new value named PhotoSupport.
  5. In the right-hand panel of the PhotoSupport Key, create a new value named MyPics_Hoverbar (If it doesn't already exist) by right-clicking a blank space and choosing New > DWORD Value.
  6. Double-click the MyPics_Hoverbar item and give it the value of 1. (To revert to showing the picture toolbar in future, return to this key and change the value of my MyPics_Hoverbar to 0).