Registry Editor - A definition

The Registry Editor allows you to edit the registry. The registry editor is a powerful tool, but can cause serious problems if used incorrectly. Before you modify the registry it is recommended that you back up the registry and understand the procedure how to restore it if problems occur.

For more information how to back up the registry, please consult the Microsoft Knowledge Base: Windows 9x, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP and 2003 server.

Start the registry editor as follows:

  1. Click Start -> Run -> type regedit.exe -> press enter.
Registry Editor

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