October 25, 2009

About Registry in Windows

Windows 7 is designed in such a way that direct registry edits by end users are generally unnecessary When you change some detail about your system’s confguration using Control Panel, Control Panel writes the necessary updates to the registry for you, and you needn’t be concerned with how it happens When you install a new piece of hardware or a new program, a myriad of registry modifcations take place; again, you don’t need to know the details On the other hand, because the designers of Windows couldn’t provide a user interface for every conceivable customization you might want to make, sometimes working directly with the registry is the only way to get a job done And sometimes, even when it’s not the only way, it might be the fastest way Windows includes a registry editor that you should know how to use—safely.

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