A ação de arrastar-e-soltar é muito útil e prático quando o gerenciamento de arquivos através do explorador de arquivos, mas isso também pode levar a um desastre quando você acidentalmente mudou-se uma pasta de aplicativo do servidor em uma unidade de rede para um local diferente, which could be a nightmare to recover. And that’s why in some environment the convenient action is better disabled to avoid such incidents.
Windows 10 doesn’t offer a GUI to let you to simply enable and disable the Drag-and-Drop feature but you can do so through a registry tweak. Graças a Winaero pela dica.
Open Registry Editor and navigate to the following registry key location:
You will find two values on the right panel, DragHeight & DragWidth, which define the distance in pixel you need to Arraste the file in order to fire up the Gota ação, default by 4 pixéis. Em outra palavra, changing both values with an enormous number will prevent the Gota action from happening, which basically disables the Drag-and-Drop action in general.
Entanto, there is a downside if you change both values to a very large number. You will find it’s very hard and difficult to move any windows around on your desktop. Então, choosing a right number is important here. You may need to do a few tests before settling down.
Double-click DragHeigh and DragWidth, type in a larger number of your choice such as 100 e tecle Enter.
Uma vez feito, log off and log back in with the same user account to make the change take effect. Restarting the Explorer process may work as well but if not, try the log-in cycle before giving up.
That’s how you can disable the Drag-and-Drop feature on Windows. It works only on Windows 10 Mas no Windows 7 e Windows 8.1 também. Aproveite.