About the Windows Registry


The Windows Registry is a centralized database which is used for storing application and system data. Registry data is stored in values which are organized in keys, similar to the way files are organized in directories. The authors of this software assume you are already familiar with the basic organization of the Registry.

The following article offers a good introduction to the Windows registry:
Windows registry information for advanced users


Online Help Topics


Introduction

· Introduction

· Product Description and Features

· What's new

· Registrar Command Line Edition

· Supported Windows Versions

· FAQ and Tips




About the Registry

· About the Windows registry

· Registry Root Keys

· Registry Path Syntax

· About Windows 64-bit editions




Editing the Registry

· Browsing the Registry

· Editing Registry Keys

· Registry Key Properties

· Editing Registry Values

· Data Editor

· Include and Exclude Filters




Registry Tools

· Advanced Search Tool

· Bookmark Manager

· Undoing Registry Changes

· Registry Backup and Restore

· Registry Monitor

· Registry Defragmentation Tool

· Advanced Registry Compare Tool

· File Reference Editor

· CLSID Lookup Utility

· Hidden Registry Keys




Registry Security

· Registry Key Permissions

· Registry Key Auditing

· Registry Key Ownership




Registry Files


· Registry File Formats

· Importing and Exporting Registry Files

· Editing Registry Files




Remote Registry Editing

· Remote Registry Editing




Advanced Options

· Editor Options

· Startup Options

· Interface Layout Options

· Registry View Options

· Visual Options

· Shell Options

· Remote Registry Options

· Registry Monitor Options

· Bookmark Options

· Undo Options

· Misc Options

· Commandline Options for rr.exe/rr64.exe

· Registry Shortcuts





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