The RegExp (Registry Explorer) is a registry editor created in C and C ++ with a number of convenient functions. It not only shows the standard registry but also offers a simple and complete search. Another advantage is, if you have made a mistake, there is a function in the menu to undo entries, or you can also redo them (undo/redo).
It should be noted that RegExp (Registry Explorer) is currently in the first beta version. So there is still a lot to be done and certainly will. On the GitHub page, it says “Optional: replaces RegEdit” so you should wait. But we hope one day developer Zodiacon will continue and add more functions.
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The Registry Explorer is in English and, as in the normal Registry Editor, you should know exactly what you are doing.
Improvements over the Windows built-in Regedit.exe tool
- Show real Registry (not just the standard one)
- Sort list view by any column
- Key icons for hives, inaccessible keys, and links
- Key details: last write time and number of keys/values
- Displays MUI and REG_EXPAND_SZ expanded values
- Full search (Find All / Ctrl+Shift+F)
- Enhanced hex editor for binary values
- Copy/paste of keys/values
- Optionally replace RegEdit