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Registry Shortcuts is a handy option for creating shortcuts to specific registry keys that can be placed in a folder for efficient access.
Once you have installed Registry Shortcuts you will not see anything, the commands are hidden and can only be viewed or used by holding shift and right mouse clicking. You can create shortcuts by copying the desired key to the clipboard (the clipboard must contain one or more paths before you can proceed). Then hold the shift key and right-click the desired folder that you want to create the shortcuts in from there you will click registry shortcuts and then paste from the context menu. Any created shortcut will feature the correct key name.
Listed below is an example set of registry paths which you can copy to the clipboard all at once and create the shortcuts for them with a single click.
Registry Shortcuts will be useful for those that find themselves working from RegEdit often as it provides you with a folder from which you have quick access to exactly what you need without searching through the tree for it. Create as many folders containing shortcuts as you wish broken down. Clicking on a created shortcut will promptly open it in RegEdit without needing to launch it manually.