Active Registry Monitor for Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000

by Wayne Maples [Published on 20 April 2004 / Last Updated on 20 April 2004]

Active Registry Monitor (ARM) is a utility designed for analysing the changes made to Windows Registry - by taking "snapshots" of it and keeping them in the browsable database. You can compare any two snapshots and get the list of keys/data which are new, deleted or just changed. ARM can do comparing not only in the entire Registry, but also in any key of the Registry. It is also possible to exclude any keys of the Registry from compared results. Moreover, you can create undo/redo files (for example, to rollback the changes). To view the current state of a key, or to modify it, you can use Jump to Regedit function. Contents of any key can be exported to *.reg file.

Very useful for detecting trojan viruses and eliminating some problems caused by software and hardware install/uninstall.

Available for Win95/Win98/ME/NT/2000 from SmartLine.

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