Registry Finder is a freeware app the lets you browse through the local registry and create, delete, or rename keys/values modifying the values as its original data type (string, multi-string, DWORD) or as binary data.
You will be able to open multiple Registry windows. So, next time you start Registry Finder, those windows will be reopened on the same keys as before.
The Find operation is efficient and quick, displaying all found items in a separate window as a list with each line representing a single match with the search criteria. The icon shows where the match occurred: key name, value name, or value data. Matched text is highlighted in red.
You can then hop to any found item in the Registry window or edit/delete them right in the Find Results window. Items in the Find Results window can be saved to file in comma-separated values (CSV) or reg file format. All operations that alter the registry, including deletion and replacement, can be undone and redone.
The current key path can be copied to the clipboard.
It should be noted that when performing any modifications, deletions, etc., it is recommended to always back up the registry before you begin.
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