RegFromApp – Monitor what software do to your registry

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RegFromApp is used to monitor how an application modify your system registry during its installation process, and the result can be saved as a standard “.reg” file format, for later use.

There is a similar software called Regshot – which function is to contrast the registry, it can quickly scan the registry to generate a snapshot, and to get the registry compared after a second scan. But RegFromApp only scan single process, this also means the result it gets would be clearer and more intuitive.

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Using RegFromApp In Windows Vista and higher versions, you should make sure UAC (User Account Control) is turned on, and you must also run RegFromApp as administrator (right-click on RegFromApp.exe and choose ‘Run as administrator’).

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