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Your Guide to the Windows Registry Editor

Windows LogoThe registry editor, or regedit, is a powerful tool that gives you access to most of the settings stored by Windows and Windows applications. This tool allows you to fix a wide range of problems, gives you access to some hidden settings and can be used to automate the configuration of local and remote Windows PC's.

This guide shows you how to use the registry editor, presents some tips for configuring Windows via the registry, how you can tweak your Windows system to achieve the best possible performance, and how you can use the registry editor to fix common problems and errors.

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