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What is the registry?

The registry is a database used settings and options for saving the 32-bit versions of Windows or Windows 95, 98, ME and NT/2000. Contains information and configuration of all hardware, software, PC users and preferences. When a user makes changes to Control Panel settings, file associations, system policies or installed software, changes reflected and stored in the registry.
The physical files that make up the registry are stored differently depending on your version of Windows, Windows 95 and 98 are contained in two hidden files in the Windows folder, named User.dat and System.dat, Windows Millennium Edition edition Classes.dat is not a file, while it is under Windows NT/2000 the files separately in the% System% \ System32 \ Config. You can not edit these files directly, you need a tool, known as "Registry Editor" any changes (by the editors to register later in this article are used).

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