CD-ROM includes top third-party Registry utilities Navigate the Registry with our unique fold-out map Fine-tune your Registry with confidence a and turbocharge your system! If you're looking for an easy-to-follow road map to reliable Registry improvements, you've come to the right place. Whether you're a power user running Windows 2000 Professional or a network administrator running Windows 2000 Server, this friendly, failsafe guide delivers the tools you need to tinker with the Registry a and make your system faster, easier to use, and more secure. all this on the bonus CD-ROM RegMon freeware version a Watch Registry changes occur in real time Multi-Remote Registry Change 3.1 demo version a Make a Registry change and roll it out quickly over your network InstallWatch Basic 1.1 freeware version a Monitors changes that applications make to the operating system as they install PC with Pentium 166 or faster with 32MB RAM, Windows 2000 (any version); CD-ROM Drive (4x or faster). For complete information and system requirements, see the CD Appendix. Discover how to: Customize the Registry to enhance Windows 2000 performance Create Registry backups to avoid disaster Make changes using control panels, REGEDIT, and REGEDIT32 Troubleshoot Registry problems Roll out Registry tweaks across a network Get smart! www.dummies.com Register to win cool prizes Browse exclusive articles and excerpts Get a free Dummies Dailyac e-mail newsletter Chat with authors and preview other books Talk to us, ask questions, get answersThe Emergency Repair Disk has somewhat less capability than it did in Windows NT, and not only does it not contain any part of the Registry anymore, ... ( Thankfully, other ways exist to back up the Windows 2000 Registry, as Chapter 2 explores.) ... Rule # 7; Saving the Registry If youa#39;ve been reading this chapter from the start, youa#39;ve probably begun to realize that Windows 2000 depends upon theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Windows 2000 Registry For Dummies|
|Author||:||Glenn E. Weadock|
|Publisher||:||For Dummies - 2000-01-07|