Registry Robot

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by ~Cybele~, Jun 2, 2002.

  1. ~Cybele~

    ~Cybele~ Guest

    There's a cool little program called Registry Robot, available from PC Magazine, which can change several different registry settings with just the click of a button (and also undo them just as easily).
    I've been using this program for awhile, and it works wonderfully. An example of some of the things it can change? Rename recycle bin, remove icons from the desktop, change the location of special folders (I used this to move 'my documents' to another partition), find your xp cd-rom key, increase icon cache, increase number of simultanious downloads, turn off error reporting, and tons more.
    Give it a try, you can download it from here.
     
  2. Cybele:

    I've been using Xteq Setup for quite awhile on both 98SE and XP. Registry Robot is new to me, so I'll wait and see what others have to say about it.

    http://9337387.home.icq.com/index.html
     
  3. allan

    allan Guest

    Registry Robot is a nice little utility geared mainly for novice tweakers, but certainly usable by all. While it is quite limited compared to X-setup (and what isn't?), it does have one or two unique functions.

    Frank - I wrote about Registry Robot a couple of weeks ago (when that issue of PC Mag was delivered) on the other site. You might want to take a look at my comments there.