Softpedia Editor's Review for Registrar Registry Manager Home Edition
Manage the registry on desktops and remote computers
Written by Elena Opris on December 7th, 2012
Registrar Registry Manager Home Edition is a program designed to help you tinker with the Windows registry options on your system and remote computers.
The interface of the application is clean and pretty intuitive; it contains two windows So, you can open the local registry and check out the name, type, data, size, description, last write time and class name of each entry.
Registrar Registry Manager Home Edition lets you create new registry files, open entries for editing, as well as create new keys, volatile keys and values. In order to have an easier time navigating through the Windows registry, you can use a search function.
Furthermore, you can create bookmarks, edit permissions and auditing, take ownership and use tools like "Advance Compare", "File Reference Editor" and "Registry Monitor". But you can also manage a backup and restore system, as well as carefully track your steps with the help of the undo function.
From the "Options" area you can enable read-only mode, set the tool to prompt before making any modifications to the Windows registry, allow multiple instance and for the local registry to be displayed on program startup, as well as toggle the window layout between classic and tabbed interface.
The application uses a moderate amount of system resources, has a good response time and contains user documentation. We have not come across any issues throughout our testing and Registrar Registry Manager Home Edition did not freeze or crash. It should be handled by users with at least a medium level of experience in registries.
Registrar Registry Manager Home Edition description
Here are some key features of "Registrar Registry Manager Home Edition":
· Advanced registry manager with explorer style interface
· Advanced registry search and replace functionality
· Registry backup and restore
· Registry bookmarks
· Registry File Editing
· Repair broken system configurations
· Advanced Registry Compare
· 32MB of RAM
· 5MB of free hard disk space
· Some features are disabled:
· Separate 32-bit and 64-bit editions
· Remote registry editing in separate windows
· Remote Registry Editing
· Search registry for binary data
· Nag screen
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Bug fixed: the bookmark editor could display a "list index out of bounds" error
· When sorting on columns using the bookmark editor and then selecting another bookmark category on the left pane, an error message would popup displaying a "list index out of bounds" error. This has been fixed.
· Bug fixed: in an intermediary release, registry rootkeys were not displayed when selecting the registry root
· In an inermediary release, a bug had slipped in that caused registry rootkeys not to be displayed in registry views. This has been fixed.
· Bug fixed: RRC.EXE: selecting A to select all could be ignored
· When running the command line edition of Registrar, in case the program would prompt for a Yes/No/All/Quit, the All option was sometimes ignored, this has been fixed.
· Bug fixed: RRC.EXE: search function with /replace option would not rename all matching values
· When using RRC to search and replace on a registry key, it would replace only a part of the matching value names. That means some ...