License: Free
Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/Windows 10
32-bit program. Can run on both a 32-bit and 64-bit OS.
Version: 3.5.0
File Size: 3.1 MBs
Downloads: 27,457
Last Updated: 07/14/16 06:09:10 PM EDT

BleepingComputer Review:

Registry Backup is a free utility that allows you to backup and restore your Windows Registry using Shadow Volume Services.  This program will backup all Registry settings including those for each user profile in Windows.  In the future, if your Registry becomes corrupt or damaged, you can easily select a previously created Registry backup and restore it.

Registry Backup uses a graphical interface that allows you to quickly select the Registry sections that you would like to backup.  These backups will then be stored in the C:\RegBackup folder by default.  Using the program, you can then browse the various backups that you have created and restore a particular backup as necessary.  Another useful feature of Registry Backup is the ability to create automatic backups of your Windows Registry through the Windows Task Scheduler.

This program contains the follow features:

  • One click backup and restore.
  • Can restore from Windows Safe Mode.
  • Can restore from the Windows Recovery Console
  • Portable version can be ran from a thumb drive and keep backups of multiple systems.
  • Automatic cleanup of older backups.
  • Set and control scheduling options.
  • Can backup & restore all user profiles on the system, not just the ones that are currently loaded.
  • Control which registry files are backed up or restored.
  • Detailed logs are saved with each backup.
  • Multiple easy restore options.
  • Online videos showing how to use the program and how to use the different restore options. - Registry Backup 3.5.0 Change Log.

Fixed bug where permissions where not applied to the restored registry files if the system hive wasn't set to be restored. Example: You choose to restore only the current profile registry and not the whole system registry, so while the registry was restored the default permissions wouldn't be applied. If you restored the system registry as well then the permissions would be applied.
This is now fixed and the default permissions are restored after the restore of any of the registry files.

The program now also restores the proper permissions to the .old registry files that are created when restoring the registry. The reason for this is on Windows 8 and newer under the C:\Users\Default folder, if any files do not have the perfect permissions new users are unable to login.
So now the .old registry file has the proper permissions as well.

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