CSE Engineering Final Year Seminar on Windows Registry with Report

Introduction to Seminar on Windows Registry:

It is the heart and brain of the systems. It makes the system runs and performs various operations. It contains all the setting of the windows. You can also say that it is the type of database. They are hidden in the systems and normal must keep distance from it. If you operate setting without any prior knowledge then some application of your windows might not work. Earlier MS-DOS was into the field before interface come. Then we use Config.sys to access the system files like drivers and Autoexec.bat to prepare the system, get necessary environment variables.

Registry we have keys that denote that are folders which have same values or rules. A key name is written in ANSI format other than the symbols like /, *?. A key contain more than one value and every value has name. REG-DWORD stores the value of number that is double and REG SZ is the strings. You can leave the value NULL or blank. REG_DWORD_BIG_ENDIAN shows the have most significant figures. REG_DWORD_LITTLE_ENDIAN shows that have least significant figures. REG_ EXPAND_SZ it is the variable length indicator. It also includes have environment variables.

REG_FULL_RESOURCE_DESCRIPTOR: it stores the drivers that are installed in the system. REG_MULTI_SZ: has the strings and there binary values. REG_QWORD are used for the quadruple words. They are similar to the DWORDs. DWORD contain 32 bits and it contains 64 bits.

In windows we can use two types of concepts per-user and per-computer. Per-user settings are used for the specified example. It determines what user selects to display. Per-computers settings are set for the computers and they are fixed cannot be changed. Windows contain local security that even don’t allow the administrators to change it or use it, view it, you need to take ownership of that.

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