RegWorks - complete registry management solution
|| RegWorks can completely replace
the standard registry tools. The built-in registry editor has the
following additional functions: registry backup and restore, undo
history, registry key comparison, capabilities to work with inactive
(damaged) system registry, multiple-stream search, copying and pasting
keys and values, read-only mode.
The built-in tweaker allows modifying many predefined operating
system settings (~700 entries). The main functions include: creating
and deleting tweaks and categories, importing and exporting tweaks,
searching tweaks, copying and pasting tweaks, creating backups.
The built-in registry monitor is a tool for runtime intercepting
calls for the registry processing functions. It allows flexible
configuration of call filter and log highlighting rules.
RegWorks - Registry Editor
- Registry backup and restore.
- Undo history.
Any modifications made to the registry with RegWorks, can be undone.
- Key comparison.
For any two keys of the registry, the program can find distinctions
in the keys, and values within those keys. For example, having compared
some key and its copy stored on a hard drive, the program can find
out: which keys or values have been removed or added, and which key
values have been changed.
The search procedure is performed in a separate window and does not
pause the program's execution.
- Search and replace.
Search and replace is available in both manual and automatic modes.
- Loading and Unloading Key.
Loading and unloading keys allows connecting the key files to the
registry and disconnecting keys that are currently in use. For example,
the program can compare a key to its previously saved copy. In order
to do that, user needs to simply connect the previously saved key
and use the comparison function. Please note: this function does'nt
make any irreversible changes in the registry; the loaded key can
be unloaded back at any moment.
- Editing Key Permissions.
In the NT family of operating systems (starting with Win2k) RegWorks
allows editing keys' permissions.
- Using the Favorites.
The Favorites may contain both the keys and the values. User may add
comments for both the keys and the values.
- Viewing reg-files During Import.
For importing reg-files the program opens a new viewer window with
capabilities for editing the contents.
- Exporting Selective Values.
The program allows exporting both the entire key and its selective
A key or its values can be copied or cut to clipboard and later inserted
into another key.
- Quick Jump box to jump to a specified registry key.
- Read-only mode.
- Multiple-window interface.
The program's window may contain a number of tabs: the editor, the
monitor, and the Favorites. By default, the program shows only the
editor window. The program's window is split into two parts: the keys
tree (which can be collapsed or expanded) and the list of windows
(which initially displays only the key values editor). When user starts
a registry search for matches in a key or value, the program opens
a new window and adds it to the window list. Using "hot"
keys user can quickly switch between both the tabs and the windows
the registry editor.
RegWorks Registry Monitor
- Adding, modifying and deleting tweaks.
- Adding and deleting tweak categories.
- Moving and copying / pasting tweaks from one category to another.
- Exporting and importing tweaks.
- Searching tweaks by miscellaneous criterions.
- Creating backup file with original keys data.
- Configuring flexible filter rules.
Using filters you can monitor selectively only the read or the write
operations; monitor all processes at once or just one selected process.
You can even monitor a single key or value using filters.
- Configuring the log highlighting rules.
Based on some tag or a group of tags you can configure the background
color for a column or a line in the monitor's log.
- Exporting the monitoring results into text-only or XML files.
The monitoring results can be saved not only as text files but as
XML files also. Using the XSLT, an XML file can be converted into
file of any other format.
- Viewing the monitor log's contents in a web browser.
The HTML page of the log file is generated by the XSLT, which is configured
in the program's settings.