8 edition of The Windows 95 registry found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Windows ninety-five registry|
|Statement||by John Woram.|
|LC Classifications||QA76.76.O63 W6657 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 350 p. :|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||96035501|
Inside the Windows 95 registry. [Ronald Petrusha] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library. Create NetLibrary An electronic book accessible through the World Wide Web; click for . Registry Backup Backing up the Windows registry presents a specific problem: you can-not directly copy the relevant files while they are open, and they are al-ways open whileWindowsis running. However, there are a couple of tech-niques you can useto workroundthis. Backup Utilities For Windows 95 users, the easiest approach is to use the.
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Windows NT provides the RasPhonebookDlg and RasEntryDlg functions that display the built-in RAS user interface that enable users to work with phone books and phone-book entries. Windows Dial-up networking stores phone-book entries in the registry rather than in a phone-book file. Windows Use either of the methods described below to restore the registry in Windows Using to export and import the registry. Use the Registry Editor program () in the real-mode MS-DOS environment to export and import the registry information about how to do this, see article in the Microsoft knowledge base.
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John Woram's The Windows 95 Registry: A Survival Guide for Users provides an excellent end-user's introduction to the registry, how to work with it, and what it can do for you.
The book kicks off with two hefty chapters that provide detailed information on the structure and purpose of each registry key and an introduction to Regedit, the registry editor.4/5(2). An in-depth examination of the Windows 95 registry, the new central "storage facility" for settings that replaces most of the old and settings found in Windows book covers remote registry access, differences between the Win95 and NT registries, and registry by: 3.
Put advanced Windows 95 features to work for you by using the Registry's system policies and user profiles; Use the Registry to make your desktop faster, more convenient, and safer — and change desktop features you didn't know you could change; Troubleshoot the top 20 Registry problems with the confidence of a pro5/5(1).
Unfortunately, the Windows 95 Registry brings the era "Clear writing, informative graphics, and a well thought-out focus make this the Registry book of choice for power users."--PC Magazine If you need to locate sources of problems, customize your Windows 95 computer, or just want to better understand how your computer is organized, then you need to work with the Registry.4/5.
Mark Wilkins is a computer science professor and author who wrote and teaches Data-Tech Institute's seminar, Supporting and Troubleshooting the Windows 95 Registry Pages: Windows 95 and NT Registry & Customization Handbook goes well beyond the expected catalog of keys to explain Registry-related programming in C++ and Visual Basic.
The programmer's guide to the Registry focuses on the technical requirements programs must meet in order to merit Microsoft's coveted "Designed for Windows 95 and NT" certification and logo.5/5(1).
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Skip to main content. Try Prime $ (17 used & new offers) Kindle Edition. $ $ Get it TODAY, Apr Inside the Windows 95 registry by Petrusha, Ronald, Publication date Topics Microsoft Windows (Computer file), Operating systems (Computers), Windows (Computer programs) Publisher Bonn ; Sebastopol, Calif.: O'Reilly Collection Internet Archive Books.
American : What Windows 95 developers have been looking for. An in-depth examination of the Windows 95 registry, the new central "storage facility" for settings that replaces most of the old and settings found in Windows 3.x. This book covers remote registry access, differences between the Win95 and NT registries, and registry backup.
Microsoft Windows 95 User Guide. Windows Millennium Edition/Windows 98/Windows characters Long values (more than 2, bytes) must be stored as files with the file names stored in the registry.
This helps the registry perform _LOCAL_MACHINE\SAM: Sam,Import the registry info and opens the GUI. Since /v seems to do nothing under Wind it appears to be a Windows option.
regedit /s c:\ Silent mode - Import the registry info and don't show the dialog box that informs the user what has happened (requires 95. You can use REGEDIT to edit the Windows 95 registry to designate a DCE CDS NSP.
To designate a DCE CDS name service provider for Windows Select. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Rpc. Create a new key called.
NameService. With the NameService key selected, create the new StringValue names and modify them to contain data as. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
The Windows Registry is a database used by Microsoft Windows 95 and subsequent versions of Microsoft Windows that is used to store user preferences, setup, device, system configuration, etc.
It is one of the least focused subjects in Windows operating system family. This book focusses on the various 'tweaks' that can be implemented using the. Explore our list of Windows/Windows 95 & 98 Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership.
Get FREE SHIPPING on Orders of $35+ Customer information on COVID B&N Outlet Membership Educators Gift Cards Stores & Events Help. The book-and-CD set provides an overview, starting from the baseline tools of the Registry that are directly accessible, like RegEdit files.
Concepts and recurring features of the Registry are explained, so developers can ensure that their applications are well /5(4). When introduced with Windowsthe Windows Registry primarily stored configuration information for COM -based components.
Windows 95 and Windows NT extended its use to rationalise and centralise the information in the profusion of INI files, which held the configurations for individual programs, Developer(s): Microsoft.System requirements for disk: or faster PC running Windows 95 or later; 8 MB RAM (16MB recommended); 2x or faster CD-ROM drive.
Series Title: -For dummies. Windows 95 will fail to boot if you have more than around MB of memory. (This was considered an insane amount of memory back then. Remember, Windows 95’s target machine was a 4MB SX and a powerful machine had 16MB. So according to Moore’s law, that gave us seven years before we had to do something about it.