Reg Converter v1.1

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klon
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Reg Converter v1.1

#1 Post by klon » Thu Apr 03, 2014 1:45 pm

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Reg Converter is a Portable Freeware Utility to convert .reg data to .bat , vbs or Au3 , This is particularly useful for those files which need administrative privileges to be merged into the registry or unattended installations. The interface is very simple

1. To convert any .reg file to .bat , vbs or Au3 use “Select reg File” icon or just Drag and drop .reg file
2. Choose one of the Output file
3. To convert the .reg file Use Convert button and Finally Click "save" button to save coverted data

If you copy any .reg data and use "Clipboard" button , it will covert automatically , You can add convert options to your context menu too , to do that use “Menu” Button and click “Context Menu Options” then you can choose desired converter and add it to your Right Click menu , Reg Converter has Command line support

http://www.sordum.org/8478/reg-converter-v1-1/
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Re: Reg Converter v1.0

#2 Post by domestique » Sun Apr 13, 2014 5:34 pm

Good post, looks to be most useful.

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Re: Reg Converter v1.0

#3 Post by klon » Fri Aug 18, 2017 1:59 pm

Reg Converter v1.1 – What’s New – (Friday , 18. August 2017)
1. [ Fixed ] – Reg_Dword is not fully supported
2. [ Fixed ] – Comments at the end of the Registry Key or values are not supported
3. [ Fixed ] – Minor BUGS and some code weakness
4. [ Added ] – Language Support
5. [ Added ] – Jump to Registry key feature

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Re: Reg Converter v1.0

#4 Post by webfork » Sun Aug 20, 2017 9:33 am

domestique wrote:Good post, looks to be most useful.
Agreed. I don't have a use for this but I can see it saving a lot of time and energy for admins.
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