Windows Registry Shell v1.5 contains minor bug fixes and upgrades the build environment to Visual Studio 2008.
Windows Registry Shell (WinRegSh) is a command line replacement for RegEdit. It is a command line utility for exploring and managing the Windows registry.
WinRegSh's website launched today and can be found at http://winregsh.sourceforge.net/
Windows Registry Shell is command line replacement for RegEdit. It is a simple command line utility for exploring and managing the Windows registry. It has a complete feature set for keys, values, imports, exports, symbolic links, and permissions. Version 1.4 adds permissions support and build optimizations.
A Windows registry DOS-style command line shell. Provides a complete feature set of all Windows registry functions on keys, values, imports, exports, and symlinks. Provides common command line shell functions such as tab auto-complete.
WinRegSh v1.3 adds two new hive commands (ldhive, unhive) and fixes various key privilege issues.
WinRegSh 1.2 fixes issues with the "history" command and minor cosmetic issues with the "help" command.