If you click on the Scan for affected programs button, it will give you a list of any programs that were installed after the restore point was created since those will be removed. It will also tell you which programs were removed after the restore point was created that will be restored. You’ll notice that there are quite a few other sub-keys under the main Explorer key. By default, only the selected branch along with sub-keys and values will get exported.
If you are unsure what version you need, you can use this tutorial to determine what you need. Dependency Walker is a free utility that scans any 32-bit or 64-bit Windows module (exe, dll https://dllkit.com/developer?vendor=google-llc, ocx, sys, etc.) and builds a hierarchical tree diagram of all dependent modules.
HKEY_USERS is the root key for information that relates to users of the computer, not the machine itself. It holds user preferences such as the display settings, the desktop appearance, system sounds, lists of recently opened files and so on. Applications also store user-settable options here.
A user also can make changes to the registry indirectly via software applications . Trained IT administrators, on the other hand, may benefit from editing the registry to manage and configure a user’s desktop. For example, they can lock down the operating system by hiding certain menu items or adjust security settings to ensure that users adhere to company policies. The command runs on the local computer by default. You can use the \\Computer parameter along with KeyName to specify the name or IP address of a remote computer. The KeyName parameter must be a valid root key name, such as HKLM, HKCR, HKCU, HKU, or HKCC.
In the following dialog, navigate through the registry until you reach the desired key. If this key does not exist on the local machine, you may also type the path into the input field.
You can search online or visit the Fonts section on the blog to choose the Font set you like. Don’t forget to click “Save” and double-click on the newly created file.