Quite possible, as it seems a well known tweak, but the difference is that the one in MRP is created during OOBE and is auto-translated, then a bit of eye candy added with the respective icons. It uses a Powershell single line of code within the registry so when the user selects either 'Private' or 'Public' a quick P/Shell window appears, closes that quickly and then a UAC prompt to allow the switch over. It was going to be for Windows 8.x/10 but as mentioned previously the translation part went a bit strange so i decided to lock it for Win 10 only until i can get it to translate correctly on 8.x too - hopefully for version 118. I tried on Win 7 but due to the PS 'cmdlet' that it uses, it required v3.x minimum, so could not be used as 7 has v2.x by default. Error checks are in place and if certain criteria is not met then MRP will auto disable the option. If the translation method fails it will default to English spelling too, (hopefully). There is another Category that can be added - 'Domain' but decided to leave that one alone as it can get quite complicated and i not wish to make any mistakes.