Windows Registry Recovery allows to directly read files containing Windows registry hives and extract many useful information about the configuration and windows installation settings of the host machine.
Note that the program is not simply a registry editor: it works with other tools, including exported keys. It’s useful for seeing registry issues, sandboxing tools, and diagnostics. To your own computer's registry files, open a NTUSER.DAT system file but keep in mind that these are usually hidden by Windows to avoid accidental deletion.
|System Requirements:||Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10|
|Writes settings to:||None. There are no user-changeable settings, but it does write some control/window related settings and recent opened file names to the registry, so it is best avoided by "stealth" purists.|
|Stealth: ?||No. HKCU\Software\MiTeC\WRR|
|How to extract:||Download the ZIP package and extract to a folder of your choice. Launch WRR.exe.|