Vincent Chiu's()Shareware Page(RegView)

 "RegView" and "RegView Pro" for Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP

  1. New Command Line Parameters:
    • regview /s SearchString1 SearchString2 ...: search any registry keys and values which contain "SearchString1", "SearchString2" and so on; this search result will be logged to "regview.log".
    • regview /r SearchString ReplaceString: any registry keys and values which contain "SearchString" will be replaced with "ReplaceString"; this search and replace result will be logged to "regview.log".
    • regview /d SearchString1 SearchString2 ...:any registry keys and values which contain "SearchString1", "SearchString2" and so on will be deleted; this search and delete result will be logged to "regview.log".
    • Additionally, you can add "m" to "match the whole search string only", "u" to search "HKEY_USERS root only", "l" to search "HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE root only" or "n" to the end of parameter string to specify not creating log file; for example, "regview /rmln Test Test123" will search only the registry keys and values which match the whole word "Test" and be replaced with "Test123" under the root HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE and no log file created.
    • regview /v reg_file:view registry file first before commiting registry changes.
    • regview /i reinstall.ria:(Enterprise version only) To apply reinstall with ReInstall archive file "reinstall.ria".(See below for ReInstall Archive feature)
  2. Compare two different profiles:
    • Previously, RegView only allows to compare the current system registry, INI or DIRs and FILEs to one of the existing profiles. Now it allows to compare two different existing profiles. This will help identify the difference of system status between these two existing record profiles.
  3. Registry File Associations:
    • By default RegView will associate files with extension *.reg, *.rrg and *.drg. Also provide the ability to turn on/off *.reg file association.
  4. Registry Note:
    • Allow to put and show your own note to any registry key or value. Any time when you click some registry key or value, your own note will be shown on the NOTE panel.