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Windows Registry Shell v1.5 released

Windows Registry Shell v1.5 contains minor bug fixes and upgrades the build environment to Visual Studio 2008.

Posted by Eric Gumtow 2008-10-01

Windows Registry Shell website launch

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/

Posted by Eric Gumtow 2008-05-13

Windows Registry Shell: v1.4 released

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.

Posted by Eric Gumtow 2008-05-12

WinRegSh: v1.3 released

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.

Posted by Eric Gumtow 2008-04-02

WinRegSh 1.2 released

WinRegSh 1.2 fixes issues with the "history" command and minor cosmetic issues with the "help" command.

Posted by Eric Gumtow 2008-02-19

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