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5 Ways to Turn on Registry Editor in Windows 10

The article lists the five commonly-used methods to open Registry Editor on Windows 10 computer.

Video guide on how to turn on Registry Editor in Windows 10:

5 ways to turn on Registry Editor in Windows 10:

Way 1: Open the app in Start Menu.

Step 1: Click the Start button on the bottom-left corner, type regedit in the empty search box and tap regedit in the results.

Step 2: Select Yes in the User Account Control dialog.

Tip: Remember this step is a must-do procedure before you successfully turn on the Registry Editor. And it won't be repeatedly described in the four methods below.

Way 2: Turn on Registry Editor via Run.

Step 1: Right-tap the lower-left corner and choose Run in the Quick Access Menu.

Step 2: Type regedit and tap OK in the Run dialog.

Way 3: Open Registry Editor through Command Prompt.

Step 1: Press Windows+X, and choose Command Prompt in the menu.

Step 2: Type regedit in the Command Prompt window and press Enter.

Way 4: Turn it on through Windows PowerShell.

Step 1: Tap the Start button, enter power in the search box and click Windows PowerShell in the results.

Step 2: Input regedit and hit Enter.

Way 5: Open the program by Search.

Step 1: Press Windows+C to open Charms Menu, and choose Search on it.

Step 2: Enter regedit and click regedit on the Search bar.

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