Advanced Registry Tracer is an utility designed for analyzing the changes made to Windows RegistryART will give you FULL control of your Registry on local or remote computers.
Easily find Registry changes made by program installs, roll back undesirable changes, completely clean up buggy uninstalls, and find tweaks even the experts can't isolate!
ART lets you save snapshots of the Registry and later browse through each change made by any software on your machine, hardware installation or system setting tweak and easily undo any change made. Advanced Registry Tracer even lets you easily create your own database of system and software tweaks.
Safely test your Registry using ART's filters that you can customize (and save) for any particular experiment. If you don't like a change, simply use ART's undo function to quickly bring the Registry right back to exactly the way it was before you made the change.
This applies to experimental tweaks, system settings modifications, software setting changes, program installs/uninstalls and any changes to the hardware or peripherals of your machine including device drivers and their setting changes!
Advanced Registry Tracker lets you save frequently examined or modified Registry Keys, Values and Data as bookmarks so you can easily work with them at a moment's notice.
ART lets you efficiently install the same software to many machines on a network with just a few keystrokes. Simply install the software on one machine, make a REG file of all the changes to the Registry, then copy that REG file (and all the other files that were installed) to every machine on your network.
ART is not a monitoring tool (like RegMon and Win-Expose Registry) nor is it an uninstaller (like CleanSweep or Uninstall). ART gives you full control of your Registry without affecting your system performance.
Snapshots you make of the Registry before and after any event lets you compare the entire Registry to isolate the exact changes that were made. Once these are isolated ART lets you simply undo any or all of those changes.