Chapter 14. Managing the Registry

Everyone who accesses a computer, whether in a workgroup or on a domain, at one time or another has worked with the Microsoft Windows Registry whether the person realizes it or not. Whenever you log on, your user preferences are read from the Registry. Whenever you make changes to the system configuration, install applications or hardware, or make other changes to the working environment, the changes are stored in the Registry. Whenever you uninstall hardware, applications, or system components, ...

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