Registry Workshop

Registry Workshop

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advanced registry editor Registry Workshop can be used as a replacement for the default Windows registry tool (RegEdit and RegEdt32) and adds a variety of features that allow you to work faster and more efficient with registry related tasks. In addition to all the standard features, the program offers cut, copy and paste of registry keys and values, as well as search and replace of keys, values and data. All changes can be safely reversed, using multiple levels of Undo.Other features include a Favorites manager, tabbed views of network registries and more. Registry Workshop looks very similar to the default Windows registry editor, so you will be working in a familiar environment, while taking advantage of the additional features. Copyright

Trial Limitations: 30 day trial. Some features disabled.

Product Details

Publisher Torchsoft Price $29.95
Version 5.1.0  history Last updated Sep 15, 2022
File Size 1.07 Mb Requirements None

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Great - but pricey 4 stars by Shodan816 Oct 01, 2009 (Read all my 43 reviews)
I must agree wholeheartedly with gbjennings. This is indeed the best registry editor around, but it is still a bit expensive compared to others, including a few free regedit replacements. show Review details
Its a good software but.. 4 stars by chris_parma Jun 18, 2009 (Read all my 5 reviews)
It does what it claims to do and pretty fast to my surprise....however it would be great if it has some kind of "unlocker" to use when I have problem trying to delete some invalid registry keys I found with the it that says "access is denied". show Review details
Absolutely the best regedit replacement 4 stars by gbjennings Oct 30, 2007 (Read all my 21 reviews)
It's THE best replacement for the lame registry editor that ships with windows. My only negative is that it's a bit on the 'pricey' side. Not everyone can afford it. A drop in price would lead to less piracy and more profit for the author, IMHO. show Review details
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