Registry Crawler is a systems utility tool that enables users to easily find and configure their computers’ Registry settings. The registry features must be tweaked only by advanced users to avoid any file loss, damage, and inconsistencies.
Registry Crawler has its own search engine allowing users to find the right data in a list of results displayed. It can be found and gathered in a click. This simple user interface starts with a simple search text box and Go button. Users can set the “where to search” modifier in the search space options, or or do the lookup from this directory list: Keys, Value, Data, HKEY_USERS, HKEY_CURRENT_USER, HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE, and HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT.
The search function also enables the “How to search” capability. Users can just match the case or match the whole string if preferred. The toolbar section lets users configure Registry Crawler operations, and contains options such as setup on Windows startup. It also provides a selection of things to do upon double clicking a registry and selecting what to do upon clicking hyperlinks. There is also a provided direct access to Windows Registry Editor.
Registry Crawler also enables the F1 function to have direct access to the local disk help file. An easy-to-use bookmarks tab is also included. This feature helps users easily find and open frequently-accessed REGEDIT entries and open these automatically without the need for another manual lookup.