Registry Commander v15.02.15

webfork on 8 Jun 2020
  • 702KB (uncompressed)
  • Released on 15 Feb 2015
  • Suggested by Tom

Registry Commander is designed to replace Windows RegEdit. It supports all 12 data types in the registry, defined in the "winnt.h" header file. The advanced search feature allows you to search part or all of the registry by keyword, size or data type. You can bookmark keys or values so that they can be accessed more quickly. You can also change the data type of a value without affecting its content.

Runs on:Win95 / Win98 / WinME / WinNT / Win2K / WinXP / Vista / Win7 / Win8 / Win10
Writes settings to: Application folder
Stealth: ? Yes
Unicode support: No
License: Freeware
How to extract: Download the RAR package and extract using a program like PeaExtrator to a folder of your choice. Launch RegCmd.exe.
What's new?
  • Fixed an issue with sorted bookmarks. Any action done when a list was sorted, would not act on the correct item.

17 comments on Registry Commander  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

aazard 2020-11-12 05:14

2020-11-12: Still the best byte for byte option, super powerful, insanely fast, 32bit program with "64bit mode" toggle for WOW64. Untouchable, it out performs programs 5x its size


Nh 2018-08-03 07:33


Midas 2013-02-26 10:37

Site is back up...

Thanks for that, Ruby, but I had already gotten it from the guy who posted that video. It might be of help to others. Anyway, grateful for the consideration... :)


Ruby 2013-02-25 21:16

Google worked for me, found a hosted copy at:

The site is Russian, but the download will break if translated, just scroll down the page and look for the hyperlink:
Скачать: Aezay Registry Commander v13.02.23


Midas 2013-02-25 16:12

A victim of its own success? "CPU Limit Reached"! (

SoftPedia wasn't able to update ( and RegCmd_13.02.23.rar is nowhere to be found (at least by googling, so don't bother); you can watch a video of it ( >:)


HA_Nut 2012-01-16 14:54

I haven't tried this much for editing yet but in a quick search test, Nirsoft's RegScanner was the best in speed and number of results for me. I seem to need search capabilities more often than basic editing.


outskirter 2012-01-15 16:04

@dany: Thanks; the script works fine on startup. Too bad it can't be used during the session.
As for Shift+Left+Arrow, it does the same thing here as simply holding down the left arrow key alone, but I'll probably stick with Registry Commander, which is a pleasure to work with. I'm now using it with a nice, bold font and my custom tan background: #FFE9B6 (RGB 255,233,182) :)


dany 2012-01-15 07:33

@outskirter: Try holding down Shift+Left Arrow after starting regedit. Or try this little script here:

I like the way the registry is being displayed in Registry Commander. Very clean.


outskirter 2012-01-14 23:46

I've only just started using Registry Commander, and so far I'm finding it a great help. Navigating the tree structure in Windows 7 RegEdit was beginning to get me down. After a long session of searching and editing, scads of subkeys were open, and since Windows RegEdit didn't provide a "collapse all" option, I either had to close up all the subkeys manually or start the next session with a convoluted mess on the screen. :{

Also, Registry Commander's font choice option makes it a whole lot easier to read all that stuff!


webfork 2011-01-15 19:17

Bill: true. More information would certainly be better.

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