Registry Finder Free is not just a finder. It is a simple registry editor. It has basic facilities of the system RegEdit that is enough in most simple use-cases. Registry Finder allows you to browse the local registry; create, delete, rename keys and values; modify values as its natural data type (string, multistring, DWORD) or as a binary data. It is allowed to open multiple Registry windows. Next time you start Registry Finder, those windows will be reopened on the same keys as before.
Features of Registry Finder Free
Displaying the results in a list
• Registry Finder allows you to perform thorough searches through the Windows registry, in order to identify the desired string. The Windows registry is a basic system file, that acts as a database and stores essential information about your computer. Programs’ locations and shared DLLs, for instance, is the kind of data stored within the registry.
• Registry Finder allows you to easily search through the registry, in order to find a particular application’s files, for example. Once the software returns the results, you can view the specific registry entries, values, data, size and creation time. Thus you may identify which parts of the registry contain information about a program you wish to completely delete or edit. This program is intuitive, straightforward, plus it does not require installation, which makes it a convenient tool for any user.
Searching options and editing strings
• The software allows you to set searching parameters, such as whether to search through the entire registry or only through the selected key, focus the process on the keys, values or data. Moreover, you can enable the software to search only in hidden keys, match case or match the entire string.
• Once the list is displayed, you can right-click on any entry, and edit the string, modify its binary data, jump to RegEdit, copy the data to clipboard or delete the record. Selecting the modify binary data option prompts a new window, that displays the binary version of the value column. You may view it in Byte, Word or Dword format.
Developer: Sergey Filippov