Latest Version: 1.1b
Purchase Details: Free
Windows 95/98/ME only - not suitable for Windows NT or Windows 2000
RegSeek lets you choose which of the Root Keys to search (HKEY_CURRENT_USER, etc.), whether to search the keys, values or data, or a combination of all three, and the type of data to search for (RegSeek handles both string and dword entries, but not binary entries). There is also the option to search the .INI files in the Windows folder or all .INI files in all folders.
WARNING. The "Replace" function of RegSeek is only intended for users who know what they are doing with the Windows Registry. RegSeek will create a backup file of the changes you make, and can reinstate the changes. Even so, making changes to the Registry can be dangerous and can mean that your computer, some of the hardware attached to it, or some of the software installed on it may become unusable or unstable. You should always make a backup copy of the Registry before changing it. While RegSeek itself is quite safe, and no damage can be done by simply searching the Registry, the responsibility is yours alone if you decide to use RegSeek to make changes to the Registry.
Last major revision: 9 September 2001 at 02:32
Minor revisions: 12 May 2011 at 00:13