A new open-source Registry Editor called Registry Explorer has been released that puts Windows Regedit software to shame by supporting a host of advanced features, making editing the Registry easier than ever.
If you are a Windows administrator or power user, then you have probably made changes to the Registry at some point using Windows built-in Registry Editor (regedit.exe).
Registry Explorer gives you: the ability to copy and paste keys and values to different locations; an undo changes button; an advanced search feature; and the ability to open multiple instances. It has been released as an open-source project on GitHub. For those who do not want to compile the program, there is a precompiled beta version that can be downloaded.
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