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I am looking for information about the registry of Windows 95, where can I find some good information not some tips...
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There is a file on the "Net" called Reg95.HLP which I think is what you are looking for.  While writing this I am doing a search around for a site address for you.
 
I think your best result will come from a search in the Software section on AllInOne at:
 
http://www.albany.net/allinone/all1soft.html
 
I would also suggest a search on altavista in the advanced search section with a search something like:
 
 "registry AND help AND windows"
 
This search will produce over 200 references for you to wade through.  As you will know you can vary and refine the search even further.
 
The address I use to get to AltaVista in that mode is:
 
http://altavista.digital.com/cgi-bin/query?pg=aq&what=web
 
I am sending you that in case you cannot find the advanced search on AltaVista as I think that it has "disapeared" since they changed the screens.
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