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TEST-RUN is a program that will allow you to install and uninstall a user-defined System Registry.
Inert Registry:
After TEST-RUN has setup the inert Registry, TEST-RUN will prevent any changes to it while it is “inert”.
The Program can now be activated, because the normal System Registry is active.
The Program will then install itself, and maybe also reactivate some of your “inert” settings, without any further user interaction.
Once the Program has been installed, TEST-RUN can start configuring the normal System Registry again.
You can now uninstall the Program and all temporary settings.
The Program TEST-RUN is designed to ease the hassle of updating the Registry.
TEST-RUN provides the same functionality as the popular “Registry backup” freeware “RegAid”.
TEST-RUN even “reactivates” your temporary settings, when you switch back to your normal System Registry.
The Setup Script of TEST-RUN has been written using a mainly C++ and MS Visual Studio environment, and thus should only require a 32-Bit C compiler or MS Visual Studio to be installed.
TEST-RUN’s script contains much documentation for your information, and TEST-RUN is easily integrated into your programs.
TEST-RUN represents a complementary function to “RegAid” and is available for download as a new freeware product of “RegAid”
Price: Test-Run is free of charge. If you find it useful, you can donate to the developer of TEST-RUN.
TEST-RUN is the first freeware product of the “RegAid” group.
TEST-RUN runs on Windows 10 and above (tested on Windows 10 Home Edition Build 17134)
Windows 10 “1903” (Build 17134) is used as development environment.
Windows 10 “1903” (Build 17134) can be downloaded for Windows 10 Home Edition, Windows 10 Pro, Windows 10 Enterprise, Windows 10 Education, Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Server (including RTM, RTW, and Windows Server 2019) (build 17134.30+).
The Windows 10 ISO images can be downloaded from the Windows 10 ISO website.
TEST-RUN is compiled using a MS Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition that can be downloaded from the Microsoft Visual Studio website.

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The above files (the REGISTRY.TMP files) may become corrupted, and it is suggested that you create an
inert registry to test your programs before you switch back to the “active” registry. It is available via,
The above program has the following features:

Display the current Registry entry names
Quickly change to a different registry entry name (by pressing the letter)
Display the additional properties of each entry as a visible text.

System Mode : Windows-NT-6.0
Path : C:\Program Files\TEST-RUN\TEST-RUN.EXE
Date created : 10:11-Apr-1994
Copyright : H.N.Tec
Version : 1.0

These files (the REGISTRY.TMP files) may become corrupted, and it is suggested that you create an
inert registry to test your programs before you switch back to the “active” registry.
Created at: 10:11-Apr-1994

The inert registry is a branch of the MS-DOS registry. As a result, many of the
latest special entries are not available to test new entry methods. If you
have a MS-DOS system, you probably have access to some of the less used entries.

If you want to have the details about what each entry is, you can open the
registry at C:\ and copy a registry key from there. You can include an installation folder by using \
The above program has the following features:

Display the current Registry entry names
Quickly change to a different registry entry name (by pressing the letter)
Display the additional properties of each entry as a visible text.


This exact file


TEST-RUN is a much simpler Registry Manipulation utility that allows you to manipulate Registry keys and values with the click of the mouse.
TEST-RUN does what it does and does it well. With TEST-RUN, no scripting is required as the program
simply uses the Windows API to update values and keys in the Registry.
The Windows Registry is the fundamental location where most Windows system information is stored.
The Windows Registry is used by most of your applications to store information such as:
Application settings
User preferences
Windows settings
Personal profiles
Application preferences
Application settings
Application’s preference
Application’s settings
TEST-RUN displays the current value of each of these Windows Registry keys.
The values and keys listed above will vary depending upon the version of Windows.
The key names are listed to the left of the values in the program. The full key name and the sub key name of each key is displayed on the bottom right of the screen. You can scroll through the keys by simply using the up and down arrow keys. You can select or unselect a key by clicking it with the mouse or double clicking it. By default, only the values are displayed. However you can click the “Display All Keys” button at the bottom of the screen to display all keys.
To remove a key, you simply right click on it and select “Delete key”. The right mouse click menu, and the remaining sub menus, also allow you to change the value of the selected key. To change the value, you will need to use the menu to select a value then select the value you wish to replace the current value with. At the bottom of the screen, you will see an indicator
of each key that is either present or absent from the Registry.
You can use the backspace key to remove the value and the key’s name displayed at the bottom of the screen.
You can add a new key by using the button
at the bottom left of the screen. You can select a key, and a new key, by using the menu. The menu is easy to use and provides you with the full Windows registry key name. To add the selected key as a value, click “Add value”.
To add a

What’s New In?

No entries, no changes

The program looks for key and values in a temporary key and value which does not exist in the main Registry.
This way Test-Run can be used to test programs that have not been provided with a binary test version, and to test programs that you do not have a Registry backup for.
Using the TEST-RUN feature is as easy as running a test program and pressing the button:

This loads the “inert” Registry. If your test program has problems, it will produce a visual alert warning you of the problem(s).
It is also possible to run multiple tests simultaneously and adjust the display easily.
After testing, the “inert” Registry can be switched back to your normal Registry simply by clicking on the button named “Switch”.
See TEST-RUN-USER for details about how to adjust the test settings, and about how to arrange multiple test executions in a “batch”.

TEST-RUN Warning

TEST-RUN cannot be used to test 32bit versions of programs, because the program’s binaries differ from the 32bit binaries provided by the program’s authors.
See SYSTEM-TEST-FULL for advice on how to test 32bit applications.
TEST-RUN is part of TEST-RUN-USER, and can be used with TEST-RUN-USER as well.


To test a program called Program.exe to see if it works as expected, perform the following steps:

With Windows Explorer, open the TEST-RUN folder and run TEST-RUN.exe.
Press “Start test”, and then press the “Test button”
Install the program using an installer, and run it.
If everything works as expected, switch back to your normal Registry using the “Switch” button.

TEST-RUN-USER offers additional tools to create and run tests.
TEST-RUN-USER was developed to be a more powerful, user-friendly version of TEST-RUN.
This means that many things that you could do in TEST-RUN can be done in TEST-RUN-USER.
This also means that TEST-RUN-USER includes most of the commands and features of TEST-RUN.
See the descriptions below to find out which features of TEST-RUN are available in TEST-RUN-USER.

By default, the TEST-R


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Your DirectX 9.0c compatible graphics adapter with Windows Vista and DirectX 9.0c driver installed and running at its highest supported graphics settings
Minimum of 1.5 GB free hard disk space (for installation of the game and all necessary files)
Windows XP SP2 or later
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