We all know that web addresses are stored in registry, key: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software
\Internet Explorer\TypedURLs. It's simply to have IE delete all of them or delete them manually by using registry.
The problem is: How to use VB6 to delete only some value from "HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Softwar
Explorer\TypedURLs", for example: there are a lot of web addressses typed urls in registry, and I want to get them all listed in a VB combobox (or VB listbox) in order to see and delete them selectively as I expected.
I haved tried the code at: http://www.arcatapet.net/vbregget.cfm
but they are only useful if I know clearly the address and only get one address at a time, the problem still: I want to get them all listed in a VB combobox (or VB listbox) in order to see all and delete them selectively as I expected (VB6).
NOTE: from Microsoft: Values in this registry key are listed as Url1, Url2, Url3, and so on. If you delete only some values and the remaining values are not in consecutive numerical order, only some of the remaining entries are listed in the Address box. To prevent this behavior from occurring, rename the remaining values so that they are in consecutive numerical order.