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How to enter the Windows Vista registry


How to enter the Windows Vista registry</a>

Having access to the Registry Editor, you have access to the very skeleton of the operating system.

In Windows Vista, you can enter it in several ways: using the "Run" window or Windows search.



First you need to call the "Run" window, but itIn Windows Vista, the default is hidden. To make it appear, right-click on the "Start" button and select "Properties" from the menu that appears. The "Taskbar and Start Menu Properties" window opens.


Click the Start Menu tab, and then click"Tune". In a new window, a list of options appears, among which you need to find the "Run" command and put a checkmark next to it. Click OK, and in the next window click Apply and OK. Now among other items in the menu of the "Start" button is "Run ...". In addition, this window can be called up simply by pressing the hot keys Win + R.


In any of these ways, open the"Run", type regedit in it and press Enter on the keyboard. If a window appears asking about the permission to make changes with the help of the launched program (The roster), Click "Yes" in it. The editor appears The roster.


Instead of the "Run" window, you can also useThe search bar is located at the very bottom of the Start menu. Type in it regedit. Among the search results, select, in fact, regedit. In the next window (if it appears), click "Yes". The editor window appears. The roster.

How to enter the Windows Vista registry Was last modified: June 20th, 2017 By Diztiegj
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