Malwarebytes IS NOT anti-virus software.
That is great and dandy, but what did it tell you changed that? Did it say that a virus/maleware changed it? If it did what did it say changed it?
Looking at what you said it looks like it was informing you that a system setting has been changed, and since you did it yourself, that would be something to ignore. The reason I say to ignore it, is becuse you did it and you know what it happened. This is an example of learning to use the software.
The registry is a database, so in sorts that is a bunch of files that make up one single peice. Though that is a little up for argument and not the main point.
So now loking at it, it just said that there was a change to the registry. It told you what the change was and gave you the option to change it back. In no way did it tell you that you have a virus or maleware, just that a change was made. You admited openly that you changed it, so there was a change made. Granted it was made by you, but Malewarebites ignored that and informed you that there was a change made. That takes away the ability for maleware to make changes as your username and the software not inform you because it was done my your username. Just becaue it picks up something that could be potintaly dangerious, ie SYSTEM CHANGES, dose not mean that it is a false positive.
That's not an infected warning, you just proved that yourself. It didn't say you have AIDS, or KonFlictr is infectiong your system.
Wrong again. There is a computer virus named AIDS. Granted it is a really old virus and not even sure it can be used any more, for the simple fact of the way it works. Though it is real and another example of something you don't know. Just in the case that you dont understand hyperlinks, the underlined blue is a link to another page, and here it is again in simple form.
Aids can be many thigs, but it I believe is also a virus for both machine and human. The virus and disease are often referred to together as HIV/AIDS human link AIDS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Computer link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AIDS_(computer_virus)It can also be a drink like cool-ade, something someone here drinks a lot of concerning knowledge of computers and virus's