Registry Finder : Alternative to Windows Registry Editor

One of the tools that malware usually disables in a Windows PC is the Windows Registry Editor. This is done my the malicious software so that you cannot undo changes made to the registry by the malware. There are special tools designed by various security software developers that can re-enable Registry Editor, but you can also use an alternative to the Windows Registry Editor called Registry Finder.

Registry Finder is a software that performs not only all the functions supported by Windows Registry Editor and but also other powerful features that goes far beyond the simple Registry Editor. It can be used to edit, add, delete, and modify the names of the keys and their values. It supports editing or adding of all kinds of data such as ​(string, multi-string, DWORD etc.

Registry Finder

But what Registry Finder excels in is its powerful search function. You can open the search window by pressing the F3 key or by clicking on the search icon in the toolbar. In the search window, you can choose the scope of the search (entire registry or particular registry key), what is to be searched for (keys, values, data), date modified period, search criteria (regular expressions, match case, match whole string) and more. The search results are displayed in a different tab in the Registry Finder window. At any time, the search results can be saved to a CSV file. The replace feature, accessible from the toolbar can be used to search and replace the value of keys.

Registry Finder

It is possible to open several registry editing windows at the same time. All you have to do is click on the Open Local Registry icon in the toolbar.  Furthermore, you can also access the registry of a remote Windows computer by clicking on the icon Open Network Registry and supplying the login credentials.

Registry Finder

The most interesting feature of Registry Finder is that it stores all the actions as your history log. At any time, if you want to reverse the modifications, you can undo all the selected operations performed using the Registry Finder.

You can download Registry Finder from