Native Registry APIs instead of using the Microsoft Registry APIs in AdvApi32.dll (which is just a wrapper to the Native Registry APIs). There is still dependency to the AdvApi32.dll because of the all the other APIs in it. I basically wrote a class that does this (I Guess it is also a wrapper - see picture below). I wanted to create something that would have the same functionality as Microsoft's Registry Editor but with the ability to do a lot more. I liked working with the SDI Framework, and decided to start with that. I also wanted to make it a bit easier to read the registry data, so I decided on color coding. This would make it easier for a user to color the information to their liking, making it easier to read and more user-friendly.
All registry viewing/modification is done strictly by using the CNtRegistry class I wrote, which can be found here on CodeProject. There are a lot of Registry editors out there, both free and shareware, but they don't use Native Registry APIs to perform their viewing/modifications. My goal is to create a registry editor that can do "exactly" what Microsoft's RegEdit can do and more.
Screenshots are not available currently.
What's New in NtRegEdit 0.0.2.857
Release notes are not available currently.
No additional system requirements.