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    How to add “Registry Editor” option to the Context Menu of the Desktop in Windows 7?

    In my Windows 7 System, I go to “Registry Editor” through “Run”. I want to add the option to the Context Menu of the Desktop. I do know how to add the option. Please, I will be much thankful, if anyone helps me in giving the solution.



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    Re: How to add “Registry Editor” option to the Context Menu of the Desktop in Windows 7?

    Solution
    STEP 1: Click Start >> Run.
    STEP 2: Type “regedit”, hit Enter.
    STEP 3: “Registry Editor” opens.
    STEP 4: Move to the Key “HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\DesktopBackground\Shell”.
    STEP 5: Right – Click on the “Shell” and select “New >> Key”.
    STEP 6: Give the name of the new key as “Registry Editor”.
    STEP 7: In the Right hand side, find the Key “Command” and double – click on the “Default” value.
    STEP 8: Give the value to “regedit.exe”, your problem is solved.
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    Re: How to add “Registry Editor” option to the Context Menu of the Desktop in Windows 7?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    In my Windows 7 System, I go to “Registry Editor” through “Run”. I want to add the option to the Context Menu of the Desktop. I do know how to add the option. Please, I will be much thankful, if anyone helps me in giving the solution.
    HELLO DEAR,

    >> Dear press” window key +R” from the keyboard of your computer.
    >> Dear the run window appears on your computer screen dear you have to write “regedit” on the run window and press enter.

    run-registry-editor.gif

    >> Dear after pressing enter the “Registry editor” window will open.
    >> Dear now move to the key “HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\DesktopBackground\Shell”.

    close_registry_editor.jpg

    >> Dear right click on the “shell” and select “new>>key”.
    >> Dear give the name to new key as “Registry editor”.
    >> Dear on the right side of screen you have to find the key “command” and double click on the “default” value.
    >> Dear now give the value to “regedit.exe” .
    >> Dear your problem is solved.

    THANKS FOR VISITING.

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