How to Enable Regedit?

Answer If you try to open the Registry Editor on your Windows computer and you get a message denying you access, the Regedit program is disabled on your system. You will need to change the configuration o... Read More »

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How to Use Regedit?

If you use Microsoft Windows, your operating system stores all of its configuration settings in a large database called the "registry." Even if you don't know what the registry is, the programs you... Read More »

I Can't Run Regedit?

If you are unable to open the Registry Editor on Windows, your system administrator has enabled a policy that is preventing you from launching the regedit program. You can change these settings as ... Read More »

How to Reinstall Regedit?

Every time you install a program or device on your computer, the registry edit, also known as regedit, automatically keeps track of those changes and records the settings you choose for that progra... Read More »

How to Speed Up Win XP in Regedit?

Windows XP stores system settings in the registry. The default settings lean towards slower graphics and effects. The registry can safely be altered in several places to increase browsing speed, th... Read More »