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Take Ownership of A Folder/File In Windows 7


Ehsan

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Taking ownership of a file is very essential when you want to replace or edit system folders or files. Though there are many ways to take ownership of files, running a simple registry file is the easiest one.

just download the registry file below and Merge it:

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Click “Yes” for the User Account Prompt (UAC) and then again click “Yes” for the Registry Editor pop up and then click “OK” when you get the successful message;

Now, you will see a new option named Take Ownership when you right-click on a file or folder;

select Take Ownership option to take ownership of any file or folder you want ^_^

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