Allow Installation of Apps from Unknown Sources in Windows 8
Edited by Lukward Thomason, Crystal, Eng
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When I'm writing regedit and clicking enter then the other dialog box is not opening?
In step 2 there is a dialog box opening but when I am typing regedit and clicking enter it is coming and going. As you are clicking enter by typing regedit a box appears and you are first clicking at the key or something but when I'm typing regedit and then clicking enter the other box is not opening
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