Windows registry made easy

Automation Workshop Free Edition includes free registry tools that can perform all essential registry manipulations in fully automated manner. Registry Actions can create, modify, read or delete registry values and create, copy, remove registry keys. Registry import and export Actions are also provided.

Advanced registry

Many of these Actions feature the Registry Browser interface that allow user to locate necessary registry key or value without manually typing its path into input line.

Detailed help…

Registry Actions…

Set registry value can automatically create or modify a registry value. It supports multiple registry value types such as DWORD 32-bit, DWORD 64-bit, Binary, String, Multi-String, Expandable String and none.

Read registry value retrieves a value from Windows registry and puts it into dynamic variable. The registry value can be accessed via Variable Wizard from the following Action.

Delete registry value allows automatic deletion of specified registry value.

Copy registry key allows copying of specified registry key from one registry branch to another. The key is copied with all its value names and values.

Create registry key automatically creates keys in specified Windows registry location.

Remove registry key removes registry key with all its contents.

Import registry allows importing registry data from file directly into the Windows registry. When used in pair with Export registry Action, allows to backup and restore necessary settings.

Export registry allows to save entire registry branches to file for backup or other purposes.

We're growing fast. Thank you!
of the best!
Recent news
  • March 16, 2021
    Automation Workshop Free Edition v4.6.0 adds an addtional SFTP authentication options.
  • November 17, 2020
    Automation Workshop Free Edition v4.5.1 fixes the UI bug in Input dialog Action.
  • November 12, 2020
    Automation Workshop Free Edition v4.5.0 introduces new TLS options. Fixes specific Service, emailing, and SFTP issues. More improvements.
In just one hour I managed to automate work which took me an hour daily!—Ethan D.
Last updated: March 16, 2021
Jul 30, 2021 · 23:14
0.004 · 0.000
0.6 · 3.8