Windows 7 Registry
The Windows 7 Registry is a repository of various settings and options in the operating system. It is also used to store the operating system configuration, user preferences, and hardware settings. To access the Windows 7 Registry, you need to open the Registry Editor. This can be done by running the ‘regedit’ command through the command prompt. Alternatively, click the ‘Start’ button, type ‘regedit’ in the Search box and click ‘regedit’ from the results that are displayed. This will open the Registry Editor.
A word of caution though; you should not attempt to modify the Registry if you don’t have technical knowledge about it. An incorrect Windows Registry entry can crash your PC or it might not function properly. Here in this section, we offer guidance on various issues related to the Windows 7 Registry. Click the link given below to read our posts on this topic.