Registry Editing Programs

  wrg 19:37 20 Jul 08
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Can anyone suggest a program (free if available) that allows you to access the registry to delete unwanted regsitry items.

  mfletch 19:42 20 Jul 08

You donot need a program Windows can do it,

Start>run type in the box regedit then click ok

  VoG II 19:42 20 Jul 08

Start > Run, type

regedit

and click OK.

Or if you want a registry cleaner click here

  Arthur Scrimshaw 19:44 20 Jul 08

Regseeker

click here

also good is

click here

  wrg 19:47 20 Jul 08

Thanks both. I know you can use regedit. It is just that I was having a problem with KIS. So when I wanted to delete the registry keys I had to do them one by one. I did find a trial version that allowed me to delete all the keys by highlighting them and it deleted all in one go.

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