VirtualReg provides command line support for automation. The main form (VirtualReg Manager) of this tool provides the visual interface to create a virtual registry. This can also be achieved through command line, as we'll see later. One can decide whether to virtualize a key along with its subkeys or not. Numbers are stored in hex format, whereas all other data is base64 encoded. The virtual registry file can be edited with VirtualReg Editor (vregedit), which is very user-friendly as its interface is identical to regedit's one.