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How to Open Registry Editor in Windows 10

In Windows 10, you can open Registry Editor in many ways.

In this post, we will see eight different ways to do this task. Let's get started.

Open Registry Editor in Windows 10

Launch Run Command Box. Type "regedit" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter."

Regedit in Run Command

In the User Account Control (UAC) popup, click "Yes" button.

Launch Command Prompt. Type "regedit" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter" key.

Regedit in Command Prompt

In the UAC popup, click "Yes."

Launch PowerShell. Type "regedit" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter."

Regedit command in PowerShell

In the User Account Control popup, click "Yes."

Launch Task Manager. Click File > Run new task.

In the "Create new task" box, type "regedit" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter" key.

Regedit command in Create new task box

In the UAC popup, click "Yes."

Open Start Menu. Type "regedit" (without double quotes) and you can see "regedit" in the search result.

Regedit in search result

Click on it and then click "Yes" in the User Account Control popup.

In the Address Toolbar, type "regedit" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter."

Regedit in File Explorer Address Bar

Click "Yes" in the User Account Control popup.

In the Address Bar of File Explorer, type "regedit" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter" key.

Regedit in File Explorer Address Bar

Click "Yes" in the UAC popup.

Go to C: > Windows folder. Find and double-click "regedit" file.

Regedit file

In the UAC popup, click "Yes" button.

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