Registry Explorer can be used to replace Windows' Regedit. This software takes integration with Windows to a new level. It is based on shell-extension technology. After you install the software, your desktop will contain a new item called Registry that you can use to explore your registry just as with your file system. The software features dragging and dropping and copying and pasting for easily moving values, inserting new keys and different values, and editing and renaming values. You can use the Find function to search the registry. On Windows 2000, you can even edit a key's permissions, just as with Regedt32. The software also lets you link to the registry from a Web page. You can create inverse registry files that delete selected keys or values instead of adding them. A handy feature is the ability to copy the key name or the full registry key path. You can put the registry folder wherever you like: on your desktop, in My Computer, or in a file system folder. New in version 1.4 is the ability to create backups of keys and restore these later, and the ability to load and unload hives. Also, all features of Registry Explorer now are available in Regedit and Regedt32.
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||1.38 MB|
|System Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP|