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Specify Anonymous Remote Registry Access (Windows NT/2000/XP)
This tweak allows you to specify which keys under the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE hive that anonymous users are allowed to access remotely. This is useful because some services require remote access to the registry to function correctly.

Prevent Regedit from Saving the Last Location (Windows 2000/XP)
By default, when you start Regedit.exe, it displays the last key you accessed the last time you ran Regedit. This tweak describes how to prevent this behavior.

Repair the Registry Editor (Windows 2000/Me/XP) Popular
This tweak allows you to reset the location and parameters of the Registry Editor (REGEDIT) back to the system defaults. This is useful if Regedit is not being displayed correctly.

Windows Registry Checker Settings (Windows 98/Me) Popular
Windows 98 and Me include the Registry Checker tool which makes a daily backup copy of registry and other system files. These settings allow you to configure the behaviour of the Scanreg utility.

Avoid Accidental Registry Imports with Regedit (All Windows) Popular
By default if you double-click on a file with a '.REG' extension the file will be imported into the system registry. You can change the default so it opens the file for editing instead.

Disable Registry Editing Tools (All Windows) Popular
This restriction disables the ability to interactively run the standard Microsoft registry editing tools such as REGEDIT and REGEDT32.