More often than not, users who want to access the registry keys on their PC can do so by entering the regedit command in the search box and accessing the Registry Editor. Afterwards, they need to know what they are looking for and browse through the folders to find a particular registry key. On the other hand, the feature cannot open a registry directly on a given key and this can make searching for a particular key time-consuming and frustrating.
is a tiny utility that can make searching for a particular key more convenient. Simply put, the role of the console app is to open the Regedit and basically move it to the desired key path. According to the developer, the application should work with both standard root keys and abbreviations. As far as the latter is concerned, users claimed that abbreviations do not always work on the latest Windows operating systems.
The tool can come in handy in a variety of situations, including, but not limited to fixing OS errors, tweaking features or completely removing a stubborn program. It goes without saying that the tool allows you to access the registry, but users need to do the editing themselves.