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Program Features
Quick Start
Installing and Starting Reg Organizer
Working with Reg Organizer
Overview of Reg Organizer Working Modes
Reg Organizer Working Modes
Editing the Registry
What This Feature Is For
Creating, Deleting and Editing Keys and Values
Exporting/Importing to a File
Removing a File from the Registry
Automatic Registry Cleanup
Why You Need Automatic Registry Cleanup
Working with Automatic Registry Cleanup
Repairing Invalid References in the Registry
Why You Should Repair Invalid References
General Information about Repairing Invalid References
Steps in Repairing Invalid References
Disk Cleanup
What This Feature Is For
Searching for Useless Files
Fixing Invalid Shortcuts
Disk Cleanup Options
Useless Files Wildcards
Applications Uninstaller
General Information about the Applications Uninstall Mode
Installing and Uninstalling Applications
Creating and Comparing Registry Snapshots
Viewing Logged Changes
Registry Optimization
What This Feature Is For
How to Compress and Defragment the Registry
Manual Registry Cleanup
Registry Search and Replace
Configuration Files Editing
System Tweaks
Additional Features
Reg Organizer Settings
Navigating and Changing the Settings
Restoring the Default Settings
Age System
Running Reg Organizer From Command Line
Purchasing Information
Registration Benefits
Purchase Online
Other Information
Reg Organizer on the Internet
Reg Organizer Home Page

Reg Organizer Online Help

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Reg Organizer Working Modes

Configuration Files Editing
To switch to this mode, click the Configuration Files Editing button on the Modes bar in the left part of the main window of Reg Organizer.

Use this mode to view or edit .ini configuration files, which are widely used by various programs and Windows itself for storing an application's current settings.

Editing INI-files
Many program store their settings in ini files. These are the plain text files that consist of sections. If you open one of these files in Windows Notepad, you will see the following structure:

[Section 1]


[Section 2]


The layout is quite simple: [Section1], [Section2]… indicate the names of the sections, each section contains a number of keys in which various values are stored (the KeyX=ValueX expressions).

You can use Reg Organizer to edit these files. To load an INI-file into the Reg Organizer window press the Open an Ini File button on the toolbar of the Configuration File Editing Mode and use the Open file… dialog to locate and select the ini file.

The hierarchical structure of all sections and keys of the loaded file is displayed in the left-hand pane. The Data right-hand pane displays the editable data value of the selected key and also the list of the other keys contained in the selected section.

Click the View as Text tab to view the current ini file as plain text.

After you finish editing the file, press the Save button to save the changes to the ini file.

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