How to Enable Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc) in Windows 10 Home

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If your Windows 10 is giving you problems, chances are you have gone through various guides to solving the problem and many of them suggest using gpedit.msc command. When people try to use this command in Windows 10, they are can’t as it is disabled in Windows 10. You can enable Group Policy Editor(gpedit.msc) in Windows 10.

Group Policy Editor(gpedit.msc) is a configuration manager for Windows and it makes it easy for the users to configure the Windows 10 settings easily. Group policy editor is a must-have for everyone and the problem is that it is missing in Windows 10 Home edition.

Enable Group Policy Editor

In this article, we are going to show you how to enable group policy editor(gpedit.msc) in Windows 10 Home edition using some simple methods.

How to Enable Group Policy Editor(gpedit.msc) in Windows 10 Home

Using PowerShell Script

Step 1: Download the GPEdit Enabler for Windows 10 Home Edition script.

Step 2: Right-click on the downloaded file and click on ‘Run as Administrator’.
Step 3: Let the installation complete and after the successful installation, press any key to close the command prompt.
Step 4: Restart your computer and after a successful restart, try running gpedit.msc.

That should solve enable the group policy editor.

Using GPEdit Installer

Step 1: Download GPEdit.msc Installer.

Step 2: If you are using a 32-bit Windows, install the setup and gpedit.msc command should work fine. But if you use 64-bit Windows, follow these steps.
Step 3: Go to Path.

C:\Windows\SysWOW64

Step 4: Copy the following folders: “GroupPolicy”, “GroupPolicyUsers”, and “gpedit.msc”.
Step 5: Paste them to C:\Windows\System, C:\Windows\System32.

Now try running gpedit.msc by pressing “Windows+R” key and typing “gpedit.msc” and it shall work fine.

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So these were the two methods by which you can enable group policy editor(gpedit.msc) in Windows 10 Home.

Are you facing any problems and issues with Windows 10? Then there is nothing to worry about, we have an article dedicated to Windows 10’s issues and guides, visit Windows 10 Troubleshooting Guide. I hope you would like this content if you have some more suggestions let us know in the comment section.

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