XP: Using Regedit’s Favorites for Quicker Access to Registry Keys

Posted September 21, 2006 by Rob Rogers in Windows networking

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If you have registry keys that you go to often, you can save them as Favorites to avoid scrolling through endless branches in the Keys pane. To do this, use the steps below.

1. Open up Regedit, and go to the key.
2. Select Favorites, and then Add to Favorites.
3. In the Add to Favorites dialog box, edit the Favorite Name text box.
4. Click OK.

To go to a favorite key, go to the Favorites menu, and select the desired key name from the list at the bottom of the menu.


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