Editing the registry or its entries under Windows 11, 10, 8.1 Desktop and MS Server 2019, 2016!
Everyone probably knows the registry and how to open RegEdit (Registry Editor) , this makes it easy to edit the entries, you will be asked to agree to a user account control prompt before continuing. This allows the registry editor to change the system settings, in short, the reg editor is always started in admin mode.
2.) You can also edit the registry entries in a text editor on Windows 10, 11, ...!
You can also edit the registry by exporting .reg files that should contain a change that will be applied when executed. You should only download and run .reg files from trusted sources. However, there are text files, so you click with the right mouse button to the editor can open is highly recommended Windows 10 Notepad .