5 Ways to Open the Registry Editor in Windows 10, Very Easy!

5 Ways to Open the Registry Editor in Windows 10, Very Easy!

Geekers - What is Registry Editor? Registry Editor is a database that stores internal information and settings found on the Windows system itself. Registry Editor contains information about hardware, software, operating system or user settings.


The registry also lets you see how the kernel is operating, by displaying computer performance information such as performance counters and active hardware.



You can use the registry on your computer to troubleshoot hardware problems or get rid of viruses. Then, how do I open this registry editor? Come on, see the explanation of how to open the following registry editor.


5 Ways to Open the Registry Editor in Windows 10


Here are some ways that can be used to open the registry editor.


1. Via Search (search field)


Go to the search field and type regedit. Look at the following picture.



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2. Via Command Prompt (CMD)


Open your command prompt (cmd), then type the regedit command.


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3. Through the Power Shell


Open the PowerShell ISE on your Windows, then type the regedit command.



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4. Through Windows Run


To open windows run, you can use Winkey + R on the keyboard. Then, type regedit in the search field. Don't forget to click OK.


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5. Through File Explorer


Open File Explorer on your laptop. Then, open the operating system location. Usually found on the drive letter "C". Select the windows menu, then open the System32 folder and look for the registry editor with the name regedt32.


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This is how the Registry Editor looks like.


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So, there are several ways you can open the registry editor in Windows. Hopefully this is useful for those of you who like to tinker with laptops. Thank you and good luck with the tutorial on how to open the registry editor in Windows 10 above!



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