Application #65. Interact with a Windows Service
The Windows Registry provides a convenient place to store user-configuration settings. While .NET provides facilities for application-configuration files, these files have no concept of user-specific settings. The Registry, on the other hand, has a structure well suited for storing user-specific information.
Application #35: Create a Windows Explorer–Style Application
Application #67: Understand the Garbage Collector
The Microsoft.Win32 namespace provides the Registry class as an entry point to the system Registry. The Registry class contains shared properties for each of the Registry’s major hives: CurrentUser, LocalMachine, ClassesRoot, Users, and CurrentConfig ...