Registry keys should be dated

Discussion in 'Windows 7 Help and Support' started by BurrWalnut, Nov 20, 2008.

  1. BurrWalnut

    BurrWalnut Extraordinary Member

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    Here is a point to debate:

    I have often wanted to know when a particular registry key has been added or even modified. Several times, over successive operating systems, I have asked for these two fields to be added to each key. Unquestionably, there are going to be size and access issues but I think they are irrelevant alongside knowing ‘when’ something was changed.

    What do the members think?
     
  2. RandysSOHC

    RandysSOHC New Member

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    I think there may be a program out there that runs on vista that would run on win7, showing what happens behind the system (regsitry keys/tempory files/restore points)

    sort of reminds me of GoBac ....haha
     
  3. iroken22

    iroken22 Extraordinary Member
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    I think your asking for a slower operating system. To date every last registry key would be insane and slow the machine down dramatically in my opinion.
     

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