How to Open Registry Editor in Windows 10

Here, we will see the different methods to open Registry Editor in Windows 10. Let’s see what they are.

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Open Registry Editor in Windows 10

Method #1

The command regedit can launch Registry Editor in Windows 10, and you can use this one in any of the following programs:

  • Run Command
Regedit in Run Command
  • Command Prompt
  • PowerShell
  • Task Manager (In it, click File > Run new task to use the command)
  • Address toolbar
  • Address bar of File Explorer

And hit the Yes button in the UAC pop-up after you use the command in any of the above programs.

Method #2

Open Start menu. Type regedit, and you can see Registry Editor app in the search results.

Click on it and then click Yes in the User Account Control pop-up.

Method #3

Go to C: > Windows folder. Find and double-click the regedit file. In the UAC pop-up, click the Yes button.

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