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Windows Registry back up

Thursday, January 01, 2009


The registry is one of the most important parts of Windows Operating system. Any corruption to it can prevent Windows from even booting up. It is sensible to back up the registry periodically. Using Regbak you can back up your Windows system registry quite easily. You can later restore it any time you want if your Computer malfunctioning.

Using this tool is very simple. Download it from http://www.acelogix.com/regbak.html. Run the exe file (no installation required). Select a destination folder. The default backup folder created is 'Regbak' inside your 'Windows' folder. Now, select the 'Registry Hives' to backup. By default, the 'System' and 'Current User' hives are selected. You can instruct the program to backup the rest of the hives also by enabling the 'Other Available Hives' option.

Now click 'Next'. This will take you to a confirmation page. Click 'Start' to begin the backup process. After successfully saving the Registry files, click 'Cancel' button to close the program. Also, you can go to the folder where the backup was made by clicking the path shown.

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