If you are editing any of your system files or you gonna replace your existing system files, you can use our simple registry trick to add Take Ownership option to your context menu.
But if you don’t wanna tweak with your registry setting then you can use a simple tool Take Control, which allows you to take ownership of your.
It’s a portable utility which allows you to take ownership of any system file with a ease, it work fine with Windows Vista and Windows 7, all you need to do is run this utility as Administration and then add files whom full ownership you wanna take.
Once you had added your files just click on Take Control button and you are done. Simple isnt it?