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Aug 28, 2011

How to Add Registry Editor to Control Panel

It’s always struck me as odd that system tweakers use the registry editor all the time to fix annoyances in Windows, but nobody has created a tweak to add the registry editor to the control panel… until now.

I’ve created a registry hack to add the registry editor as another option in the Control Panel in any version of Windows.

Note:- I do not recommend you doing this unless you are comfortable editing the Windows Settings. I will not responsible for any damage that may be caused to your PC after editing the settings by following the steps below. You proceed at your own risk or may take help from Microsoft Certified Technician at their Toll Free No. +1-877-452-9201

Usage in Windows 7 or Vista

  • After installation you’ll need to choose System and Maintenance in the control panel.
  • And you’ll see the new Registry Editor item at the bottom of the list:
  • Perhaps most useful, it’s now available through the start menu search box.

Usage in Windows XP

After installation you’ll see the new icon in Control Panel if you choose the classic view.


Just extract and double-click on the installation script. You can remove using the included removal script.

See also: How to Backup Registry in Windows 7


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