Learn To Open Registry Editor Windows 7 On Your PC

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I want to configure the Windows of my PC, but I am unable to open the registry editor Windows 7. How to do it?

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Learn To Open Registry Editor Windows 7 On Your PC

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To open the Windows 7 Registry Editor:

  1. Go to ‘Start’ button
  2. Type ‘Regedit’ in the search option and press ‘Enter.’
  3. Click ‘Yes,’ so that it will allow you to make the changes to the PC
  4. After this, you can change, delete and add or make any other variations in the Registry
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It is the simplest method for opening the Registry Editor. You can use it to change the Windows configuration.

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Learn To Open Registry Editor Windows 7 On Your PC

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There are two ways to bring up the Windows Registry Editor: first, using the search feature of Microsoft Windows and second, from the command prompt. To try the first option, in Windows 7, click “Start” then in the search box enter without quotes “regedit”. The search result should display the regedit utility. Just click it from the result to open it.

For the second option, click “Start”, “All Programs”, “Accessories”, and then “Command Prompt”. In the command prompt window, type without quotes “regedit” then hit Enter. And that’s how you start the utility to edit registry items. Just a reminder when using this program: be very careful because a wrong action on the registry can cripple an application and worst the operating system.

If you don’t know much about the program, refrain from using it to avoid ending up reinstalling Microsoft Windows. The Windows Registry Editor or “regedit.exe” is a graphical tool in Microsoft Windows that allows authorized users to view and modify the Windows registry. As I said, only advanced users should work with the registry editor.

If you are the administrator, you should always make a backup of the entire Windows registry before making any changes.

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