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In general, a namespace is an abstract container providing context for the items (names, or technical terms, or words) it holds and allowing disambiguation of items having the same name (residing in different namespaces).As a rule, names in a namespace cannot have more than one meaning,that is, two or more things cannot share the same name. A namespace isalso called a context, as the valid meaning of a name can change depending on what namespace applies. Names in it can represent objects as well as concept, whether it is a natural or ethnic language, a constructed language, the technical terminology of a profession, a dialect, a sociolect, or an artificial language (e.g., a programming language).
For many programming languages, a namespace is a context for identifiers. In an operating system, an example of namespace is a directory. It contains items which must have unique names. In the Java programming language,items that appear in namespaces have a short (local) name and uniquelong "qualified" names for use outside the name space. Also, somelanguages (such as C++) combine namespace and names in a process calledname mangling in order to eradicate ambiguity.
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Click the plus sign next to the "Registry" key "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE" to expand its menu. Continue to expand the "Software" menu under this key, and then the "Microsoft" menu under "Software."
Expand the "Windows" folder in the list, followed by the "CurrentVersion" menu using the plus signs.
Locate the "Explorer key" in the list and expand it, followed by the "RemoteComputer key" it reveals.
This new list will include the "NameSpace" key. Expand that menu as well.
Right click the entry under "NameSpace" labeled "D6277990-4C6A-11CF-8D87-00AA0060F5BF" and select the "Delete" command.
Close the "Registry Editor" using the standard "X" close button in the upper right of the window.
Reboot the computer. When Windows comes back on, the shared folders will respond more quickly, and the network experience will operate at a faster speed.
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