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Regshot v3.0.1
Regshot v3.0.1 Regshot is a small, free, registry and folder/file compare utility that allows you to take a snapshot of your system and then compare it with a second one, done after doing system changes or installing a new software product. The changes report can be produced in TEXT or HTML format and contains a list of all modifications that have taken place between snapshot 1 and snapshot 2. To use CHKUNIN to check changes, Regshot's output file must be in English and a .TXT file, not an html file. Regshot gives you the ability to ignore up to 99 folders if you want to. Usage: ----------------- You can use Regshot a couple of different ways: 1 - Just monitor registry changes 2 - Monitor registry changes and changes to specific folders 3 - Just monitor folders changes When you take a snapshot of your system and save it, a file called "Image1.log" is created in the "Installed" folder, and is deleted when you "Quit" Regshot. If you "X" out of Regshot or reboot, this file is not deleted. This file is used to automatically start Regshot after a reboot if you use a batch file in the "Startup" folder to check for it. See "start_Regshot.bat" for an example. By doing this, you are reminded to finish the monitoring process for the program you just installed. 1 - to use CHKUNIN, you must save the logs as Plain TXT and English laguage. - set the max ammount of data you want to see. - To see ALL files changed, turn off "Don't show files with same old.new size". - To just monitor folder/file changes, turn off "Don't process registry, only dirs". - To monitor registry entries in HKEY_CURRENT_USER, not HKEY_USERS, turn off "Monitor HKCU, not HKU registry". - To just monitor registry changes, turn ...
5/5 1,124 Oct 18, 2019
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