Free and Open Source Registry Editor

If you have trouble launching the Windows registry editor when your computer is infected by viruses, chances are that a third-party registry editor will help you. NtRegEdit is a free, open source, portable and handy utility that allows to browse, edit, import and export registry entries.

Can Not Run Regedit? Why Not Use This Free and Open Source Registry Editor

Features

  • Allows to create, copy, delete, rename, find/search normal and hidden registry keys.
  • Allows to create Binary, DWORD, Expand-String, Multi-String, String and QWORD values.
  • Import to and export from reg/neg files.
  • View the permission of a specified key.
  • It uses native registry APIs( such as NtCreateKey, NtOpenKey, NtFlushKey, NtDeleteKey, NtQueryKey, NtEnumerateKey, NtSetValueKey, NtSetInformationKey, NtQueryValueKey, NtEnumerateValueKey, NtDeleteValueKey, NtRenameKey, NtQueryMultipleValueKey, NtNotifyChangeKey, NtRestoreKey, NtSaveKey, NtLoadKey, NtLoadKey2, NtReplaceKey, NtUnloadKey ) to view, enumerate and manipulate registry entries.

NtRegEdit is a 394KB download available from CodeProject.com( Get a free account without registration ).


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