The NtRegEdit application was developed to be a native registry editor that can be used as a replacement for the Registry Editor by Microsoft.
I wanted to create a registry editor that used the "Native Registry APIs" instead of using the Microsoft Registry APIs in AdvApi32.dll (which is just a wrapper to the Native Registry APIs). There is still dependency to the AdvApi32.dll because of the all the other APIs in it. I basically wrote a class that does this (I guess it is also a wrapper - see picture below).
I wanted to create something that would have the same functionality as Microsoft's Registry Editor but with the ability to do a lot more. I liked working with the SDI Framework, and decided to start with that. I also wanted to make it a bit easier to read the registry data, so I decided on color coding. This would make it easier for a user to color the information to their liking, making it easier to read and more user-friendly.
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