here is the windows registry values you need to change:
Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00
if it doesn’t work at first, type cmd into the search box, right click and select “run as administer”
then in the command prompt type “regedit32” , from there you can navigate the tree structure to find the same entries. you will need to make a new DWORD entry.
it may be intimidating but i believe you can do it!
if that can be done then so can windows