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please explain how the registry can be edited and some of the risks involed?
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From the "Start" menu - Run - type "regedit".

Some of the risks involved are :
1.Your PC never being quite the same again.
2.Being attacked by the wild dogs Microsoft keep in there to make it as user unfriendly as possible.
!!Do not mess with your registry without backing it up first!!
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Thanks alot alex66 apprecaite your time and your answer!
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