RegSnap is a tool that can help you analyze changes made to the Windows Registry. With it, you can compare snapshots and learn which keys were modified. You can also analyze other sensitive system parts,such as a list of files in system directories.
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Description: RegSnap is a tool that can help you analyze changes made to the Windows Registry. With it, you can view, explore and compare saved snapshots and learn which keys were modified, deleted, or added. You can also analyze other sensitive system parts, such as a list of files in system directories. RegSnap generates HTML based reports and undo/redo .reg files. RegSnap can export and import .REG files, it has easy to use REGEDIT-alike user interface. You can use RegSnap to view and analyze .REG files. RegSnap supports OLE Automation (i.e. RegSnap is scriptable from Visual Basic or any other Automation client) and command line interface. RegSnap can take snapshots from a remote computer using remote registry connection feature.
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