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monitor for registry changes RegShot is a small utility that allows you to quickly take a snapshot of your registry and then compare it with a later one - done after doing system changes or installing a new software product. The changes report can be produced in text or HTML format and contains a list of all modifications that have taken place between Snapshot1 and Snapshot2. In addition to registry changes, RegShot can also scan a folder on your hard drive and check for file changes. Copyright

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Publisher Regshot (Open Source) Price Free
Version  history Last updated Feb 05, 2013
File Size 290 Kb Requirements None

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Worked for me. 5 stars by oteotd Aug 24, 2011 (Read all my 50 reviews)
I just spent a day downloading and creating my own special USB Utility Flash Drive. I included a portable drive start menu found here on Snapfiles. I then went to a computer with Steady State installed(same as Deep Freeze) to test the portable drive. I ran each and every tool, but before each tool was run I used Regshot then again after it was run. I found most portable tools left little in the registry but some left a bit. With this tool you can know what reg keys to clean up after you use your portable tool. The only thing I was lost on at first was a few keys that I did not understand why they were created. They ended up being just temp keys that windows uses. I finally figured out that the keys I was questioning actually were written over by the next tool I tested. In the end with this program and another reg scanner tool I tested when all was said and done I only had 29 keys added to the registry after running nearly 200 utilities. show Review details
It's a winner ! 5 stars by gbjennings Jun 19, 2007 (Read all my 21 reviews)
Been using this little utility for several years now. It simply takes a 'snapshot' of your registry and then compares it to a second 'snapshot' some time later so you may visually compare and see exactly what has changed in your registry between 'shots.' Thanks for the update ! show Review details
Easy to understand 5 stars by Tooley Apr 13, 2006 (Read all my 7 reviews)
Easy to handle, easy to understand, no install needed. show Review details
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