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RegistryChangesView v1.21 32bit
RegistryChangesView v1.21 32bit RegistryChangesView is a tool for Windows that allows you to take a snapshot of Windows Registry and later compare it with another Registry snapshots, with the current Registry or with Registry files stored in a shadow copy created by Windows. When comparing 2 Registry snapshots, you can see the exact changes made in the Registry between the 2 snapshots, and optionally export the Registry changes into a standard .reg file of RegEdit. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Versions History Version 1.21: Added 'Case Sensitive' option to the Quick Filter window. Examples for useful things you can do with this tool You can create a Registry snapshot before installing a new software and then after the installation is completed, compare this Registry snapshot with the current Registry and see all Registry changes made by the installer (Be aware that you'll also see some changes made by Windows or other programs in the same time). If there are Registry changes that you don't like, you can generate a .reg file to revert back the changes. If you make a change in Windows configuration from the GUI of Windows and you want to see how to make this change in the Registry, simply create a Registry snapshot before making the config change and then after the configuration change, compare this Registry snapshot with the current Registry and optionally generate a .reg file that makes this configuration change. If there is unwanted change in the Registry of your system but you don't have any previous snapshot, you can compare the current Registry with a shadow copy created by Windows and try to ...
5/5 1,310 Aug 15, 2019
Nir Sofer
RegistryChangesView v1.21 64bit
RegistryChangesView v1.21 64bit RegistryChangesView is a tool for Windows that allows you to take a snapshot of Windows Registry and later compare it with another Registry snapshots, with the current Registry or with Registry files stored in a shadow copy created by Windows. When comparing 2 Registry snapshots, you can see the exact changes made in the Registry between the 2 snapshots, and optionally export the Registry changes into a standard .reg file of RegEdit. System Requirements This utility works on any version of Windows, starting from Windows XP and up to Windows 10. Both 32-bit and 64-bit systems are supported. Versions History Version 1.21: Added 'Case Sensitive' option to the Quick Filter window. Examples for useful things you can do with this tool You can create a Registry snapshot before installing a new software and then after the installation is completed, compare this Registry snapshot with the current Registry and see all Registry changes made by the installer (Be aware that you'll also see some changes made by Windows or other programs in the same time). If there are Registry changes that you don't like, you can generate a .reg file to revert back the changes. If you make a change in Windows configuration from the GUI of Windows and you want to see how to make this change in the Registry, simply create a Registry snapshot before making the config change and then after the configuration change, compare this Registry snapshot with the current Registry and optionally generate a .reg file that makes this configuration change. If there is unwanted change in the Registry of your system but you don't have any previous snapshot, you can compare the current Registry with a shadow copy created by Windows and try to ...
5/5 1,370 Aug 15, 2019
Nir Sofer
   
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