• Freeware Spotlight — Windows Registry Recovery


    By Deanna McElveen

    So your computer died, and you want to build a new one. With the right tools, moving your data to the new machine can be relatively easy.

    But what about your settings and Windows ID? In some settings, retrieving that information can be helpful for both setting up a new system and diagnosing a machine that simply won’t boot. There’s a ton of configuration data stored in the Windows registry. One handy utility for digging deep into the registry on an inactive system drive is MiTeC’s Windows Registry Recovery (WRR).

    Read the full story in AskWoody Plus Newsletter 16.37.0 (2019-10-14).