Windows Registry Recovery is a software program that has been designed to recover data after a computer crash. It was designed to extract data from the Registry hives of a crashed system with the option to analyze and export these information to import them on a new computer system.
Why could this be important? The Windows Registry contains important information about configured devices, users, software programs, network configurations or services and drivers and it might be faster and easier to copy those settings to the new installation instead of configuring the system manually.
The data recovery program can read all Registry hives. The hives can be found in the Windows\System32\config directory and can only be loaded if they are not in use. This is usually the case if you are accessing a crashed installation from a new system,
Data can be exported into Regedit4 format which makes it easy to import it to a different system. It is also possible to save the data as CSV files to analyze them in other applications.
Windows Registry Recovery provides access to the following information:
The data recovery software can be downloaded directly from the developers homepage. It is compatible with all Windows versions from Windows 95 to Windows Vista. The software program is fully portable.
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