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    Did you know that you can use Command Prompt to edit the Registry? In this guide, we'll teach you to use the reg.exe tool to modify the Registry on Windows 10.

    The Registry is a big part of Windows. It's the database that stores the most important settings that help the operating system and certain applications to work.
    You typically use the "Registry Editor" to modify the database when you need to fix an issue, enable a secret feature, or improve a particular functionality. However, you probably may not know that Windows 10, similar to previous versions, includes reg.exe, which is a command-line tool that allows you also to edit the Registry using Command Prompt.
    Reg.exe comes built into the operating system, and it includes the same functionalities found in the Registry Editor (GUI). You can even edit entries faster, as you don't have to manually browse the confusing tree database. And you get the flexibility of being able to implement tweaks in the Registry using scripts.

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    12-01-2016 03:11 PM

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