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is a system of program files that will permit you to safely experiment
with new software without fear of corrupting the windows Registry.
The Registry is a data base of essential information for applications
and the Operating System.
Some programs that you trial may import values into the Registry
that overwrite the original settings. Even if the programs are uninstalled,
it can still be impossible to get the Registry back to original.
example: (1) The data that controls file associations and context
menu displays is just some of the information that can be altered
during a software trial.
(2) When testing a zip program, any existing
zip context menu features will almost inevitably be changed, and
will not be restored when you uninstall the trial program.
(3) Certain graphic programs become associated
with particular file types, and former associations are not reinstated
when that program is removed from your system. (4) Other types of
programs may also cause irreversible changes to the Registry.
principle of being able to trial a program prior to purchase is
very sensible, yet there is always a risk attached in doing so.
The Windows Registry is a dynamic file which is constantly changing
during use of your computer. Some people regard it as a fragile
and easily corrupted file.. that is why there are so many programs
for providing Registry backups.
looks after the Registry in a different way than providing a Registry
backup which could be used to fix the Registry "after" any corruption.
Instead, TEST-RUN provides a Separate Registry especially for testing
trial programs. After testing a program, you can switch back to
your normal Registry and install it, or uninstall it before switching
is very easy to use, and provides you with a visual reminder when
you have the special test Registry in place. This program is provided
as FREEWARE. There are no secret files written to your hard disk,
and no Registry entries made on installation. This series of files
requires less than 365kb, and can be cleanly uninstalled by access
from the Start Menu or the Desktop.
others who wish to learn more about the Registry editor, you can
now experiment in safety, TEST-RUN makes the Registry invincible.
Two commands work in DOS or Windows, refer TEST-RUN info.
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