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windows 7Whenever you install a program or uninstall it, the Windows Registry gets clogged with useless (or useful) registry keys. These keys are links connecting the programs you installed with your operating system. The issue is that when you uninstall a program some of these keys won’t be uninstalled, causing in the long run, your system to be unstable. It is a good thing to save and backup the Windows registry as soon as you have installed your Windows 7. Here is the procedure.

  1. Click Start.
  2. in the Search Box, type regedit and press Enter.
  3. On the left pane, right-click Computer.
  4. Now, from the menu, click Export.
  5. The file saved will have .reg  extension.
  6. To restore it, simple click it.



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2 Comments to “How to Save Windows Registry in Windows 7”

  1. Repair and Recover Windows 7/Vista/XP After a Virus Attack « Pramendra Says:

    […] with your computer and try to make a lot of damages. Because of this you might need to recover your Windows registry or some utility and tool which have been disabled or hidden such as the Run command, Internet […]

  2. Mario Says:

    I would suggest taking a regular backup of your Windows registry, especially if you tend to edit it manually or using any registry cleaner on the market.
    .-= Mario´s last blog ..RegCure en Français =-.


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