We’ve managed to create another tool which can be useful in certain scenarios. RegistryED can help you enable or disable your Registry Editor in Windows 7 as well as Windows 10 or Windows 8.1. This can come in handy when you don’t want others to edit your registry or when a virus infects your computer and disables your Registry Editor. The scenarios are not that common but when you need this kind of tool, it’s certainly useful. Therefore, in this article, you will find out how this tool works and also receive the download link.
First, download RegistryED using the download link at the bottom of this article. When you run it, don’t forget to right click on the file and select ‘Run as administrator’. When launched, the tool looks like in the screenshot below. To enable the Registry Editor, click on Enable. If you want to disable it, click on Disable.
We provide this tool as-is, with no warranties. If you encounter other issues with it, let us know via the comments below. We will do our best to fix them.
UPDATES: version 1b includes some small improvements/bug fixes + performance optimizations.
DOWNLOAD LINK: RegistryED.