- Editing the Registry is not for the faint of heart, but sometimes it's the only way to fix things! Go to File / Buttons / Create / RegEdit, and a new shortcut will appear. Select it, and the Registry Properties dialog will show. If you've used RegEdit on your desktop computer, this version is going to be a little different. If you haven't used RegEdit on the desktop, you probably shouldn't use this one, either! You can very easily break your machine so that nothing short of erasing its memory will bring it back to life. Be forewarned!
- The Registry Key is selected in the upper combo box. The behavior of this control is a little different: after you've selected a Key to open, like HKEY_CURRENT_USER, the combo box will remain open, but now displays the Sub-Keys of the one selected. Also, the top entry shown is "..", meaning the "parent" of this Key. This makes it much quicker to navigate through the Registry tree.
- If a selected Key has Values associated with it, then the combo box will close up, to allow you to select a Value. This doesn't mean that there aren't also Sub-Keys that can be selected, just that there are Values.
- Specific Values can be selected from the lower combo box. Values of String and DWord types can be created, viewed and edited, and all types of Keys and Values can be Imported, Exported, and Deleted. There will be a Find function coming soon. Stay tuned!