To go to the registry editor, you go to STAR-->RUN and type in regedit
. You will then see the heading that starts with HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE. You will notice the '+' symbol next to it. Hit that and you will see it expand and show another list of items, click the '+' symbol next to SOFTWARE. And so on and so forth for the other items.
One thing I would point out though, is that you not touch anything in the registry if you don't know anything about it, because you can cause alot of harm to your system. Make sure to back up your registry before changing anything. To do this, when you first enter the registry using regedit, right click on the MY COMPUTER heading and choose EXPORT from the list. Save it somewhere on your computer (call it BACKUP) so in case your computer acts up after you modify the registry entry(s) you are able to restore it back to it's original condition by double-clicking on the backup.reg file you saved earlier.
Edited by Fenor, 20 October 2005 - 08:01 AM.