Exploring the complex database of code known as the Windows 95 Registry isn't an adventure for the faint of heart. The Windows 95 Registry is the central repository for all things '95 (and the forthcoming upgrade, Windows 98), including hardware settings and how each Windows program begins, runs, and closes. Thankfully, author Kathy Ivens offers hope ? and loads of practical, how-to advice ? on navigating this complicated web of Windows settings in a clear and easily accessible way. Optimizing The Windows Registry teaches you how to modify the Registry without damaging your critical Windows core operating system. Now you can become the power user of your dreams and safely customize menus, file settings, and subkeys; change default icons; use Microsoft's PowerToys; create and manage multiple user profiles and hardware settings; and solve common Windows problems...without fear. The bonus CD-ROM that comes with Optimizing The Windows Registry features more than 20 utilities for editing the Windows Registry and customizing the look, feel, and functionality of Windows 95. Included on the CD-ROM are RegEdit 2.0 (for Windows NT 4.0), DumpReg 1.1, Registry Extensions 1.1, Registry Saver 2.0, Diskeeper Lite, and more.In fact, the network administrator has made a small change to the registry (sound familiar?). When REGEDIT launches, it attempts to open a registry key that may or may not exist. The key is HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Sof tware\Mi crosof t\ Wianbsp;...
|Title||:||Optimizing The Windows Registry|
|Publisher||:||Wiley - 1998-02-13|