Regshot – Monitor and compare registry

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Do you want to know what happened to the registry after some software installed, and what is the path that had been added new key value? Or maybe you want to make a portable version of a program, then you need to know in which path had been created new files/folders after installation by the software.

This time we can use the Regshot, an open-source, small, portable and free registry compare application, which will bring twice the result with half the effort.

Regshot has a very small size (only about 245 KB),  it can be used immediately after decompression. Its principle is simple, by saving two “snapshots” of the registry first, and then makes a compare to the snapshots automatically, so as to find out the changes. The whole process only needs to click a few buttons, and the comparison results can be saved as TXT or HTML document.

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