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How to run multiple instances of regedit.exe?

Started by hanemach_gt, March 12, 2012, 06:17:10 PM

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hanemach_gt

Though present on many websites, I've decided to publish it yet here, since it's very useful for those who work with Windows Registry a lot.
Here's the command line you are looking for:


regedit /m
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nikkil

You're never a loser until you quit trying.

phthisic

Yes, handy, if you have no other editors. You can also copy regedit to another location and start the copy. I usually have a renamed regedit.com and regedit.scr handy in case a bad guy ruins my exe's, and they can be run at will, too.
Microsoft MVP, Windows Shell (2004-2013)