Basically, the Windows registry is used to store system and program settings.
For example, let's say a program gives you the option of setting its font. You select a font on its font selection screen and hit OK. When you hit the OK button, *most* software will make an entry into the registry. Next time you run the program, it retrieves the information you set, in this case the font style.
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